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m maWlm of SaflUh Bftlsuit oT 
AalsMA. tS CMBt*. 

-A»*-«««-t*Hit-4he Cwinel in on th» wrap- 
per. If your <lruirflrl!*t cannot supply 
you, call at Campbell's Prescription 
Store. We are prompt. We are care- 
ful. Our prices aro reasonable 





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VICTORIA, B. C, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1910 




TWENTY P/\GES 



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Announcement 



The CHALLONER & MITCHiaj. 
CO., LTD., take pleasure in announcing 
that their Christmas Staclv is ahnnst com- 
plete — a stock that is without doubt the 
most magnificent ever imported into the 
Canadian West, /fhe buying In every de- 
partment has been not only the largest on 
record, but the most exclusive. 

We would respectfully suggest that you 
follow our advertisemeiT>s closely during the 
ensuing few weeks and see if there is not 
something tlAt appeals to your taste. 



WOULD TIE UP 





Engineers on Sixty-One Lines 
West, Soutli and North of 
Cliicago Will Proceed 
Vote on Stnke~'0ii6stion, 



to 



NEGOTIATIONS HAVE 

BEEN TERMINATEP 



Difference of Seven Per Cent, 
Wage Increase Between 
Companies and Engine IVIeii 

' Working Conditions. 



Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd^ 

JEWELLERS 
IOI7 Government Street Victoria, B. C. 



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CHICAGK). Ndv. 7.— a fstrike vote will 
be taken ann^ng the engineers of sixty-. 
one roads west, south and ndrl^ of 
Chicago, following; the termination to- 
day of negotiations between the roads 
and the grand offscers of the Brother- 
hoo-d of Liocomoiive Knginoeia, which 
had been in progress sinoe September 
26th. 

\\aKe increase' approximating 7 per 
I cent and alteration of working condi- 



cago, Milwaukee and St. Paul, Colorado] 
and Southern. E! Pa«o and Southwest- | 
cm, Galveston,- Ilarrlsburg and San | 
Antonio,' Houslt*/ and Shreveport, I 
Houstcn. Kast and WestTexas, Indian- 
apolis Suuthprn, Kansas City Southern,! 
Ix)ufilana Western, Mlnneapulia, St. j 
Paul and Baulte Kte Marie, Missouri. 
Kansas ancWpexas, Morgan's LuuiHlnnu i 
and Texas. Northern PacHle. Ot'eKon I 
Shoct I^ine, Quiiicy, Onialia and Kan- j 
sas City, St. Josci)h and Grand Island 
Southern Kanati.s of Texas, fCeastern 
Hi^ilway of New Mexico, Baltimore and 
Ohio, Chi<-agu Terminal, Canadian 
.N'orthcrn, Chicago and Alton, Chicago, 
Milwaukee anJ Puget Sound, Chicago 
and Western Indian?, Chicago Junc- 
tion, Chicago. St. Paul, Minneapolis 
and Omaha, D^luth, South Shore and 
Atlantic, Kort Worth and Denver, Great 
Northern, Houston and Texas Central, 
Illinois (.'entral. International and Great 
Northern, KansHB City ,Xcu-min«l, Min- 
eral Range, .Minnesota Transfer, .Mls- 
Koulr Pacijlc, New Orieuns, Texas and 
Mexico, Oregon and Washington, Ore- 
gon Railroad and N'avlgaliun Com- 
pany, Chicago, Rock Iflnnd and Pa- 
cific, St. .Joseph Terminal, St. Louis J 
and San Kninclsco, St. Louis Uroivria- , 
viUe and Mexico, St. I^ouis Southwest- 
ern, San Antonio and Arkansas Pa.ss, 
San Pedro, L<os Angeles and Salt I>ake, 
Santa Fe, Preabott and Phoenix, South-, 
ern Pacilic, Spokane, Portland and Se- 
attle, Tacoma and Keastern, Texus and 
New Orleans, T^xas and Pacilic, Trln- 
lO' and Brazoa Valley, Union Pacilic, 
Wichita Valley, Yazoo nnd Mississippi 
Valley. 

The wag« increase 'Jcniaail of llie 
engineers was referred l" by repre- 
sentatives of the railroads liel'me the 
Interstate Commerce Commission in 
Chicago recently aa one of the reasons 
why higher freight rates ought to. be 
charged by the railroads. 

At that time Vice-President I'ark of 



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Royal Commission to be Ap- 
pointed by Dominion Gov- 
ernment to Look hito Immi- 
gration and Opium Trade. 



PRETENDED MERCHANTS 

, TO BE DEPORTED 



Suspended Chinese Interpretei 
Not to be Reinstated — IVlr, 
Bowell Remains Under Sus- 
pension as'Coiitroller. 



iJTT.VWA, Nov. 7. — As a result oi' in- 
iptli'les niftde at the department of j:rado 
and commerce it is learned that the in- 
fpdry rpcently helfl into Chinese Im- 
nilfiriUlon frnods lias lieeti ciosed for llie 



dertaklng of the jompany and the ut- 
ilization thereof, by the city. Under 
the provisions of the nni^ndments to 
the Water Act paesed laet seegion, _the 
city must flrhl make an offer to the 
cc'mpany of not leas than $700,00(J tlnd 
If this is recused then arbitration pro- 
ceedings will be resorted to, both the 
company and the city having alread,y 
agreed to accept the award of the ar- 
I'ltrators as final. Recently the com- 
l)any made an offer to sell to the clt.v 
for the price of $l,9f)U,0o0 so it can be 
taken as a certainty that the offer of 
$700,000 will not be acc/epted and ar- 
bitration proceedings, should the vote 
prove favorable, will be undertaken. 
Whea^ll^e measure was under con- 
sideration UlBt, night. Mayor Morley, 
expressed the opinion that, In ail money 
bylaws the exact amount to be raised 
oi- at least an approximate amount 
must be stated. Tlie ratepayers should 
h;tve some idea of what .,|iioy will be 
i-ailed upon to spend. He doubted if 
the measure, unless some huoU s-um 
were set forth. ^ would be legal. 
Lawyers Satisfied. 

A Li. ri:,rri Malili- and Bannerman 
pointed out th u the city solicitor and 
biirrfSler had drawn u]) the bylaw and 
cvidenttyttiey 'were satisfied of its le- 
gality as it stood. It would be utterly 
impossible to set forth even an aii- 
proxlriate amount which the city 
woul'i have to raise as not until the 
arbitration proceedings are finished 
Mill it be known what the cost of the 
ci-«mpany's sy«t«»^m will be. ;■ — - 

Mayor Morley believed th,at as the 
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RRST OF CANAOA'S 
Pine FLEET 



H, M, C. S. Rainbow Ai lives at 
Esquimalt and Formal Wel- 
come is Extended lii.'r Com- 
plement. 




EVENT DEEMED 

EPOCH-f/iAKING 



j'eut-Governor Patersfnti, Hun. 
William Templemar; Hon, 
Richard McBride an. L Mayor 
Morley Offer Felicitudons. 



History uas miulc at I-;.- 'U !'naU yes- 
terday. -H.' M^'C/ S. Rainlou- cjinie; 
and a ngw navy was born Canada's 
blue ensign flip's for the fir" time on 
tlie Dominion's own n;ichtli>^ shifi i!i 



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The Store That. Serves You Best ' 

CANNED GOODS £ 

A QUAUl^Y THAT PROTECTS YOU 

Navy Brand Early. June Peas, 2 tins -••• 

Extra Fine Sifted Peas, can 
Quaker "Petit TorC'ffti; • • 
Golden Wax Beans, 2 tins 

Succatosh, tin ^-^:..... 

Tomatoes, Navy Brand, large tin 

Okanagan Tomatoes, 2 tins . . . ./. 

Pifmpkin, Navy BrSiT-d, 2 -tins 'J. 

El Primero As])aragus, white, tin,..5.0Cj grceUj tin ,ji;p 

Alto Brand Asparagus, tin . .^1. . ,>:r3' ..«V* .'•■<# ^4 

El Dorado '3?ipS,1aiL,MLt«-**-*'*f''»*<''V 
Gold Dust Asparagus Tips, tti 






SPECIAL Tl 
SULTANA RAISINS, per 
ENGLISH MIXED PEEL/i-lb. CazW, 




.25c 

.25c 
. \ 5 c 

-25c 

■r2,5C 

.-40e- 

•35^: 
.20c 



tlons stood between the negotiators. 

Grand Chief Warren S. Stone, of the 
Brotherhood, of Locomotive Kngineers, the-IUiriois Central and other ofiicials 



S WEEK 



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DIXT H ROSS & CO. 

Jndependent^.Grocers, 1317 Government Street 
Tels. 50, 51, 52. •■ Liquor Department Tel. 1590 



The Newest In Ladies' 



FOOTWEAR 



Ladies' Black Velvet Button 

Boots 



McCandless Bros. & Cathcart 

555 Johnson Street ' - - Victoria, B, C. 



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Mrs. Dugan's Lamp 
Chimneys 

Wan dav whin Ol wuz aither rummagln' in me cellar, Ol found wan 
dozen av Mumm's bottles agoln' f waate, air in good condition cxclpt 
they wuz full av champagne -watlifer. T' the uppe* ■«nA av them it 
wuz no trlck-^t all to fix a t-ldthcs pip- Thin.' by pulUft sharp tipward 9n 
the plR-Oi-tiTfiW out-theixqrk. Ol laid_4Lcork to wan soWe an' emptied 
fj,, . , ,-- *„e bottle down the drain .-yfM..t was small tiiiwblerfnL. 

w Ols ihln .removed anit 1 le frnm -ttJe^eork a 1 " 

emptied the drain down . th' contlnts, excpt ■■< -small tumblerlMl.Mi.leh 
di drank. Oi thin bot tle^ a Rlther «raall r^.move—fFom- the tumbler— ex- 
oipt a small corkful— which Oi drained— an' contlnsed the drank down 
the bottle. Ol thin tankled a bump from 'nother dottle an'— <5l mean Oi 
dnnkleda tump from 'nether copple,— ye see. me ,frlnd. Ol meait-.-Oi 
driinkl : '. -n; "• "T-'-t" -opklwd. Well, anyhow.ordhlU ,t'- all them 
^^jj-;,. h house wld wfl'h^Tinrid' an' counted 

th' bottUs-wid f otiier. Tnero wu/. twlnty-slvin -lift onl nv th' dozen. 
Then Oi feot me scrubbin' brush to clane the bottle.^. AiV 01 couldn 1 
pit th' brush into th' neck, so Oi tnrned the Jwlnty-sivin bottles wrong 
cine .,.,t an' scrubbed th'^rn, an' turned thim roight soldo agin. By this 
t,,i,n. ;;r house wuz j:eyolVin' an Oi a6t on th' floor an' counted thlm 
l.r.lties as they wlnt■b5^ there «n.«ivtv-roi,r ur thlm, Ol rlolmbod the 

liitchen table an got ''fh' can ;■ 

iiv IWn, !■*«■ thej' Wuz goln' round iii»- i.-iui; i:;^;;', v.- t 

tie at a tnlme an' held It -firmly down by ly in " .' wid ^tl. . 

opener Ol c-ut off th' bottom an', the neck av It. Wtiai remfilned av mot 
bottle made an iiligant lamp cWuney. Whin 01 counted thlm Ol found 
( d had 8lvinty-tWo. Faith an'""Tl"s mesilf now that knows all about 
Mumm's Champagne, nn. 01 want to warren^jre all that yo don't sit th^ 
rale.1aynuylneExtory:Dhry— nomatter how wit it is— if 

ha.sn't got a plnK capsule, 

PITHER & LEISER 

Bole Agpn»« fnr B, 1 ", . 



said today that lie believed the engin- 
eers" vote vvould be unanimously in 
favor of striking. Immediately there- 
after, he said, that a last opportunity 
would be give n the railroads to meet 
the engineers ami that If they ignored 
that opportunity,- within live hours 
every engine west i>f (Chicago would 
be stilled. 

Thr- r<'jire.«ent''ativ(-s of the engine- 
i mt'ri in the twenty-fiye confcrences- 
I which ended to day were: Warren S. 
I Stone, grancl chief; Ash G. Kennedy, 
A. A. Burgess, E. Corrigan, M. -W. 
jCadle and H. E. Wills, asslatant, grand 
I chiefs. Brotherhood of l^ocomoth'o Kn-- 
gineers. They received the advice of - 
tifty division managers of the brother- 
hood. ■" ' ' . ■' 
Railroad officials, as fullows, heai'a 
the engine drivers' demandBi W,;B. 
Scott of the Union Pacifier F. & Ward 
of the Burlington; tTG. Batchelder. of 
the Chicago Terminal and the Balti- 
more and Ohio; A. A. Durham, of the 
iVllsso.url, Kansas and Texas; O, H. 
Emerson, of -the Great Northern ^ T-^ 
J. Foley, of the. Illinois CentrJ; F. C. 
Fox, of the Atchison, Topeka and San- 
ta Fe; Grant Hall, of the Canadlap 
Pacifio;- H. J. Simmons, of the El Paao 
^nd Southwestern; and ^, W. T'renholm 
of the Chicago, St. Paul. Mlnneapotils 
and Omaha. " • .Jl 1 
The whole question arose from the, 
decision of the engineers in convention 
at I>etrolt last spring. The general 
working conditions of which the en- 
j gineers complain Inclutle- the follow- 
{ ing: Drivers of the Mallet compound 
! engines, who dOr, practically the work 
bf twOjCngings and entail a corres- 
pondTng reBp'onsibllity and capability, 
receive the same wages as drivers of 
engines of much smaller capacity. En- 
gineers wish to be- relieved of the toll 
of preparing their englpes for travel 
and ' for caring for them after runs. 
They also ask tha4r^*«-ltch[ngLlime be^ 
paid f^r on a different basis. 

The magnitude of the wage question 
is evidenced by a statement ' of the 
employers that the seven per cent wage 
differcnc'o now standing between the 
drivers and the railroads meatis, ap- 
proximately $2,600,000 a year. The cost 
of altering working conditions woulfi 
be leas than $000,000, It is asserted., 

"When the conference began," said 
Chairman W. B; Scott oi; the confer- 
ence committee, "the engineers', de- 
mands approximated at 27 per cent In- 
crease, This (finally was brought down 
to 17 per ce nt:' W is finally elgrice d to. a 



told the. con)mltlec..,tJiBr&, wa.g-,.-Uttlc j ♦ 

doubt si>me increase wOuld have to be 
granted, and he advised the committee, 
as did representatives of the Chicago, 
Milwaukee and St. Paul and Chicago 
and Xi>rthwestern rai'ir'>ndt<, that the 
incrcaae. \vo.uid-a:iUL,';.'iT fa.- railroad?' 
surplus unle.s.s hiKhti- rules 'cmuM be 
charged. 

In vie-w of this, tl;e sudden cessKtiou 
Of -coTifercnc'es betweert- tin- engmenit-n 
and the roads today Aused consider- 
able surprise, since before the com- j 1 
merce commission,' tli|. soads us&d.thj". I 
full tlgrtires TTT the erilrineers' <lem.a3*4»- 
— '11 per cent infre.isc— -:»s a basis U>r 
pkte ineretlftc argumeiibj. ' ' t tirne, 
likewise, the railroad oi^^' icdict- 

ed that.-demynds from other branches 
of the service would follow a success- 
ful plea from the enKlhemcn, and they; 
too. It was predicted, woutfd b* mpr« 
or less' successful. ' :; » >. 






IHli ARRIVAL OF H. M. C. S. RAINBOW— The Canadian Warship Passing Hisguard 1 i.-lu 



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time being, and. that Chinese now held 1 
under detention »t Vancouver are tci be 
deported because they failed io e,8tai)- j 
Ush their status as Chinese mei^chants. 

It Is, announced, however, Ihat ttie 
whole question of immigration will he 
taken up later by a royal commission, 
which will be given authority to Investi- 
gate conditions and make recoiTfmenda- 
lions. The necessity for such a commis- 
-ghnt h a s b ee n bru ught to the attention of 
the cabinet council by Sir Richard Cart- 
wright; -and the order-ln-counoll provid- 
ing for Its appolritment^has already been 
drafted, and will shortly be passed. The 
royal commission, under the terms Oif the 
order-in-oouhcil, will be given authority^ 
to Inquire into the opium trade yflth the 
object of arriving at a\»olutlon of the 
problem and its better control. 

It Is understood "^that Inspector Me- 
riov, 7.— The sltiaa- Michael's visit to the coast is In connec- 
WalBB ■ coal fields,) tlon with the opium selzurfea, and that 

while at the coast, make an in- 



PLAN 10 mm 



10 m POLICE 



Strike Situation in South W^le& 
€oa1 District Develops Seri- 

.; ous Disorders — Hussars 
Held in Readiness. ' 



LONDOftrjj .ESng.. 
tlon iW- the South 

wher-f .80,000 miners are on strike be- 
cause- of the employment of non-union 
men, became so disorderly today that 
the local authorities applied for th^ ser- 
vices of British cavalry. 

The government ordered the IStlr 
HuBisars to be In. readiness to support 
the police, who thus far have had the 
worst of it In their conflUsts with the 
striker's. _— .w^,. — 



JO.-per cent Increase, * totalling $3,840;- 



060 for the sixty-one roads we.rejpr*..^^^^^g3j^jj^^^^ 



sent, and there we both ptUck,' 

The following llBfrtifrfIi(5'Tffie8 affect- 
1 ed Was given ottt: 
i Atchison, Tropeka'a'nd-i3«nta;-F«; At* 

chison, Topeka and Santa Fe 'TJojUBt 
'lines. Gulf, Colorado ^and Santa Fe, 
j Beaumont, Sour Lake! and "Western, 
Iciinadl.-in Pnciflc, Chicago and • Great 
: \. . .nil Northwestern, 

b..i.ii)N- .i and Quincy, Chi- 



NEGOTIATQ'RS AT WORK 

Formation,, of Tentative Schedule 
Tariff ConcessiohR Commeno»d 
at Ottavva ■ -."'^ ' 



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OTTAWA. Nov. 7.-- Th* Hpee^oelty 



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r\IEWS SUMMARY 



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1;... I'trni ol' r'anad';'- 

i^ontinued — . 
'r! . stiN-- ■Jfrrrs. Cripivv'' 
; I .Utorinl. 

■cial s^iul. I'tiiiaoiiHi. 
' -News of the City. 
: -tiOcaT News. 
^ -Tn Woniaii's Tif-i'm 
• — KportluK N«Tvs 
,:. -.\dditi"n.M: S;..,- 
1 1^ — Transf''! : • •! '■■' ' i' I'i ■ 

frOl. 
12 — Real Kstato Advertl/semcntH. 



Ct^nada. In a two hffui;^ Session today 
began fortnUlatltjK a, schedule of tariff 
concessions -which It Is ^.believed, will 
atimulft^ita loternMlbAatjcp.rnmerc.fli. 

Xt-l8 understood that Canada made' 
a tentative suggestion of tariff re- 
duction by the Unl.ted States on the 
Dominion's, natural preducts at^ the 
same time offering cbncessloha on 
some^ man^i'^' ■^••'■"^ 
shapes and 



he will 

quiry as to the opium trade. 

, It Is not knovi-n here who the members 

of the royal commission will be, or what 

rjumber will constitute the commission, 

but rumor connects the n|»^ of judge, 

Mclnneswith It : 

In addition ta the decision to deport 
theiChinese now held, a definite result of 
the] inquiry up to date is the decision 
that Yip On, Chinese Interpreter, who 
wa« Busponded, will not be reinstated. 
Sir. iBqwell still remains under suspari- 
slonjln so far as his duties as Ipcal-'cfon- 
trolljprii*!, Chinese are concerned. 

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ItORTANI BY-LAWS 




Nationalists Arranging to Con- 
test Quebec East Witji Sir 
Wilfrid — Leaders, -i^.' Enter 
federal Field, 



•luch as steel 
1 ■macmne'rjp. . 



QUEBEC. Nov. 7. — Emboldened by 
their recent success in Drummond and 
Arthabaska, the' local Nationalists 
now openly declare that, they are bound 
to defeat .Sir Wilfrid Laurler In Quebec 
Kast at the next general election. The 
allegation that he is a non-resident and 
•rarely visits his constituents is being 
used against him by local Nationalist 
campaigners with great diligence. 
wm Seak S«atB 

MONTREAL, Nov. 7.-11 is asserted 
here tiiat Mr. Bourassa, Armand Le- 
rergne and .Jean Pr«vest wlllseiBk seats* 
at the next federal elections. Mr*! Bour- 
assa will run against M-r. Gervals in St. 
James, that Mr. Prevost will contest 
Terrebonne, and Mr. Lavergne will 'un 
iiri his own coui^y of Montnriagny. 



th( Pacific — the ocean of the future 
v.-'lierp some of the 'worU 'v greatest 
problems will have to be TTOTked out 
-Bstjviimalt— began its recruci ^tiRence,- th« 
revival .of Its formej glorle:-!..^ When tlie 
call of the Admiralty eama-..tO mah.v 
'outlying squadrons to corri;; to where 
German naval yards look cjt to the 
North Sea in .190.=) the NUfch PacUii 
aauadronrTJf Gre«.t " HfrraliTTiawlndlBd 
away. Now Canail.n wili restore the 
squadrjao, will build it, mi>n-__Jt ' and 
maintain it, and the Rainbow has come 
to b^'lTW'TTaitftTi'g'- ship for the edu- 
4;atioa of, the' men who wii> man the 
riiodern crui'sers which are ,1 ■) be built 



Mr. McCurdy's Experiment 
NEW YORK. No'v. 7.— a?he-daJ;je-.of 






Meft^uf ^s Providing lor Ex p ro- 

\ priation.of Esquiriialjt Water 

. Works and Purchase of [Fire 

Epuipmmit Passed by City, 



D^ath of E. M. Holbrook. 
(hHTTk .> 7.— E. M. Holbrook, 

pr^ilcc!«i. ". ; ■ NV y,om Ing -Coal- -com- 
pany, d|c.d at his tni|1ca:go, residem.^ 
topav. peath was duelto heart trouble 
.o^.ow.ng' an operatloii on |j;«^ tjmsl^J ,,,, ^^^ ^„ have an opportunity o 



On. the '24th inst, thej rivtepayoFs of 



the overseas flight by the aeroplane of 
J. A. D. McCurdy from the deck of a 
trans- Atlantic liner, 50 miles out to 
Governor's Island i*n Newj York har- 
bor 
vanced 

to take place from the decTc of the 
irneF" Pennsylvania, which will' salU^at 
roon. As stated in' the first announce- 
ment, 'Mr. McC4irdy plans to opi-ry ;i 
bag Ot mail. Gl*nn H. Curtissi--,foi , 
whom Mr. McCurdy files, t^aid: "N'-'th- 1 



according- to the plans jiisf'! authorized 
by the Admiralty. She la nCrt a Drea i- 
nought, this Ralnbow;;;^but ,8*10 la suit- 
ed In every, particular for the service 
Into which she- Is being pluved. Shells 
a fitting vessel to be the nucleus of ihe 
Pacific nav^y of Canada that Is .to._bt. 
She carrlei? a historic nailxt-, and" the 
records p,iint6d on her sf'^lng wheel 
tell- of many battles, from! the—time 
when the first of the Ra'.^wi went 
with Sir Francis Drake's sqaadron "to 
singe the King of Spain hv.s beard," 
from the time when the P unbdw flew 
the flag of Lord Henrv Sryipour in 
his detached squadron Vftiohvjoined 
Drake off Calais Iri the att'eck on the 
Spanish Armada. 

The, ]lalnbi)W_.c,ame out o.. the grey 
mists of the Straits, a distant speck, 
about 9 ^. m. The biueJncl^'»t on the 
platform <6i the Bickford. lower sig- 
nalled down to tlie Shear t\ater, and 
the gun cre^va of a battery... of i:; 
poUhders brought to Duntre" head in 
the naval yard by the R. f.v A. were 
dialled to their posts. SooT.- 1 lie distant 
speck became a gfey-palnt^d warship, 
and while a small crowd Er.^thered on 



.the point, she glided pai^t Flsguard 
'""'" ^"'"u" "'j"'"t7 r «? "r,*! li)?llt to her anchorage, jif.ipsing the 
has been changecL " s^ow oA-_ ^^ *^^^^^ ship's oai-.any. lined 

ed to.November 12. next Saturday, ^^^, ^^^^ ^^^ presented ..rm ^-hiie the. 

ship's ^company of the si* -^i) i?lmliarlr 

ppesented armar^ 

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vS iien. tiie anciior drcippi 

, ^ , ,„ ,. xt ' *ii 1., ln»r buoys were removed b 

nK but_^a gale will Prevent the night,. ,^ some tlnie ago^a 

{.I have-ew confidence that McCurdy ^ , 

will land the Vnited States mall, on ' ^„ 



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Aitttcortes, 



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boldfhgi fc>f 
ii.inat'.chi Wyoming, 
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Shows Conservafive Strength 

OTTAWA, Nov. 7.— -C. A, Magrntli, 
'! .\U-dicfue Hat. In regard to Sir 
Wilfrid I>surlP!'*a western tour, d^- 
clai.ed positively that whereas he 
formerly had doubts as to the strength 
nf the Consiervativc party in liis con- 
stituency, he has now no fear of the 
result. "lii fact," lu- said; "T would 
l)e surer nf winning with himself as 
my 0|i|ionrnt than with anybody 
I else." 



eypresstnw itheir opinion ol" the deslr 

,,,Viiuy ^5.vi- .r aectiring the 

l:,,l,lini; •■ -i^lt Water 

-Works conTpany. On the same date, 
too, will be submitted the bylaw to 
authorize/ tlie_^>xpendlture of $50,000 
for addit/on.Tl firn'Ti--"* .^',!.,~, hall.^ nnd 
equipment. 

At last niglit'a ni<"'tini; of the • ily 
council both measures were put 
through as fur ns po!<Kil)b.> :nid are now 
■ready for the vole. The first measure 
which Is styled thf\ <'!ty of Victoria, 
B. C. Water WnrUs Uoan Bylaw, prn- 
vldcp for the borrowing of the sum of 
iJTOO.OOn or .liurh amount a« may be 
necessary for the purchase of the un- 



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ALBANY, JM. Y., Nov, i 

Har\'ey of Cht^Sfo'Tiad tiiv b.-u- ■ 
Jimmy Carroll or san Francl'sCo 1 
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George has issued„a i»rorlamn- 
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RaJ,5^cn\ 

' i,r(i).:<-' <ini i-i,.]- bunt'J^S and iressed. A- 
1 i slx-pounder boomed, and 

I the j)uii n\ .smoke scntterefi from tii>' 
' grey-r>a'inted sides- t-he-«lMr-^'-|ironner - 
-farted their salute. Gun 
s'Hnged out a similar <; > . i. 

i bofnTjaTdmnrt of blank arm unitien. T, 
!i« n.it in "the boak for '<j-,tifn nhli.. 
ji.. -dilute British forts or f/-r th- 
(i"!i-iH'es to make reply; ^.lt ti- 
ranKcmeiU for ."simultaneout- .salii ; 
away with the onf-'^tlnn •■j! rcspon:-' 
'l"'he anehoring was- i-arrie : ujt In «hlii 
j<hape fa.ihlou and th^n Adtf .v-\\ I. 
mill, in command of the nr-'al . 
of CanadH,~Commander B j> ''r, chief of 
staff, and Commander Mr- 
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you vvisli. 

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admiral was received aB he stepped on 
board with a siilute of thlrle«?n guns, 
a deliu-hiiierit staadliig with prt-Hentcd 
ivrma near the gangway 

In the alterntym at '.'.30 i>. ni. Han. 
William TemplPnian.'uilnlstHi- ,,( mliiea, 
representing the Duinlnlon govornnient, 
and S. J. Desbarata, deputy minister 
«r the naval service, came on boartl 
and were received wit+i presented arms. 
Six^n afterward l>ieiit.-(U)V(>rn')r Pater.- 
.suri, and Air. Muskett, hln secretary, 
arrived, and following tliem came Hon. 
Richard McBrlde, premier of lU-Rish 
Columbia, Hon. Dr. Youryjr, Hon. D. M. 
Eberts. G .H. Barnard. M. P;, Bishop 
.MoDonald, Col. VVadniore, cotnnianding 
the local military district, Capt. A. J). 
Macdonald, l^lciit. Col A.' VV. .Currie, 



permlMion l.j you to jbln In the work 
of training Canadian", and to ynu for 
tne JBoal In which you have entered 
upon the work. " ' ' 

•Captain Stewart, officers and men, 

I welcome you to Cfiiiada in the name. 

of the fanadlan government, and in 

doing HO, 1 feel Unit I am also welc-nn- 

I Ing you in the name of- the people." 

Capt. Sitewarf* Reply 

Ciipt. *5tewHrl,'in reply, said he 
ihHuked the Minister for the welcome 
to the station. He had hardly expected 
to receive .^uih *• welcome. The crew 
uf tlie Ualnbuw was formed of volun- 
teers, men who have piU much tlm"? 
jn the service, some twenty jcar.s, 
some tw^elvo. ' They were .selected 
trom live or .six htmdred av«piicant.s. 
So«ie of them had been with him be- 
forp in other ships. Tliey had^ had a 
hard time on the voyago out. The 
crew wa.s small. Th.TC h;i4-b««a much 
coaling, and lilllc bave. Where leave 



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would reserve ht« addrea^ for ariothcr 
occasion, when ataortly the clty^J).oi>ed 
to htlve the officers and men of the 
Rainbow a.-* Its gueBts. Victoria In 
fho- past had be<ni honored in extend- 
iRK hospitality and the fieedoui of the 
city to the men of the Imperial nasTV.. 
and hi)d never had occy.sion to reg/et 
this. It was the pride of the citizens 
of Victoria, to sec the ■ biuejacketH on 
the .streets of the city, and all would 
gliidiy welcome a renewal of the yid 
situation wiien the navy ruled at /Cs- 
tiuim.tlt. 

The Reply 
('ajitiiln i-!ti w.ii-t, reiil\ing, .said lie 
j had tniifll. pleasure again in Ilianking 
the severul STJi-'ilicrs for the cordial 
weli'onia they had offered. Some of 
thosfv on board had .served on thin sta- 
tion befio-e, and be bad lies .r met 
anyone who had been at tliis Htaljon 
who bad iioi ilio best of tiilng.s to say 
for ii, and lull who wanted to be back 
on it. The Rainbow wpuld go on 



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THE BEEHIVE, Douglas St. 

Children's English Cashmere Coats, $130 

til ..... $4.00 

Infants' Bonnets, 50c, 75c and $1.00 

Stronfr Hose for Children, alL^i/es 25c 





He who has liealth has hope ^diie w^o has hope has everything. 

.i v-'v-'V^ • '—Arabian I'roverb. 

Ooo^Vhcaltll ireqitently comijs irbm a good disposition. It 
is, " too, frequentl y pro moted by go od Alg. Few be verages are 
r ca Hy so liealtlilul as tFTc ngBt HiKToi al|?. because ;pufe barley, 
nialt and hops form both a food andatpnicT- In the Old Coun- 
try where they are connoisseurs of good ale-^ 'Ba s s ' " is considefgd 
the right kiTid—^an unrivalled, appetizi.ng^onjc thgit |s-htghly i0ti<- 
I ritious. yet, easily digesttrd- Wise. nxenJa this country liiakc it 
their home drinR.'tli*crcfoirc Bass ri^,^^ found' ori'iftaity UliScTtgdis. 

and dinner tables tbr6ughoutTith:e_.prc>.v.incc. ' If yl>u are unacrj 
.jtiainted with the Dog's Head Brand of.Bjiss. the faimous^hot- 
tling oif. Read' Bros., get in line, call for a- ho ttk . at your clul>, 
hotel or bar,* You'll say it's the best "Bass" yoti-ever~d«H*k;. - 
Yoiir dealer shottld be able to supply you with the Dog's Head 
brand. If he is iidty kindly ask hira to procure it for you from 



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should own a McLaijghlin Buick Automobile. Many innova- 
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awaitiug you'among tlie 
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Cterthi'Hg...., Come in and 
note their dash and style 
.5;:rrii.ote the,. new shatles in- 
brovvns and" greys — -the 
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— the new .Scotch ami 
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peerless cut' and fit-— the 
.\l tailoring. 

We teU you honestly 
that you cannot duplicate 
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JVIajor Ria.Kway Wilson and Capt e. 
Harris oif the Fifth Regiment C. G. A, 
Lieut. Col. Peters, and a number of 
Victorians lncludlris'C> H. Lugrin; edi- 
tor of the eolonlat, Josbua Klngham, 
Richard Hall, R. ^j. I>rury. R. B. Mc- 
Mieking.. Dr. McMlcking and H. ,' L. 
Munnr.alsna'depntatfon from thc -Nay y 
league Including Messrs. C- E. Redferu.' 
W. Bartort, Capt. J. Oaudln, agent o^ 
marine, Capt Walbran, J. ^elrson, 
L. Salmon. J. Paiillne aa4_^C.7 .Kafltt.! 
Mayor Mbrtey gnd several mi'mbe^a of 
the ntdermanlo^ boai^ -; tncludtng- Alder- 
men Sargrson, \;angreyT~'BTBbap, and 
Rosa, arrived;* llttle>iatier. 



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1 c t ur 11 ing $200 iiVTOonth ly rentals. JPrice/on terms, ^60,000 

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'Hon. Wiltiam Tdiw yUrna n ■ '' 

Ail hands-WCPe called" att. and under 

an Awning spread on thfe' quarter deck. 

the officials formally welcomed tWfe 

Rainbow to Esquimau. Hon. \VUHam 

Templernan, the first speaker, said: 
"I consider it a^rivllegp and" honor 

to have been cominlsaloned by the 

minister of the naval service to wel- 
_come you to the shores of Canada; It 
'Is if. pleasure ta officiate as the reprcr 

sentatlve of the first naval officer and 

still more so to be able to welcome 

you, Capt. Stewart, and officers and 
^nen of the Rainbow to this western 

shore of Canada. The arrival of thV 

Xlobe at Halifax "and it»e Rainbow- at 

V4ctorla makes a new and impqrtant 
"eipbch in tbe history of Canada. It 

seoms to me, remembering the history 

of eati^da as I-^ do. that this is the 

most important event in Canadian bls- 
■ tory since the struggling and widely 
j severed provinces Joined therbselves In 
ja federation some forty years ago. 
I Since 1867 It has been the constant 

aim of Canadian statesmanship to 

w»*id~tsfsTti«f "trnrmsMy different p&vts 

forming the federation of Canada by 

the development of the great natural 

resources. Wo are hopeful that not only 

have we done this but hat'e made this 

Canada of ours aelf-reliant, now willing 

to take Us part in the .Empire as the 

right hnnd of the mother country. 

( Applatrse.) . 

"It \s our desire to> plant here firrn- 
i ly >-on this continent a nation that will 

continue to hand down to future gen- 
erations those principals of equality 

and Justice which axe the glory of the 

parent land. Cajjada Jias progressed to 

a remarkaiitfer- extent. Has she , been 

self-reliantl' .Within the past few years 

shcjia* acquired some self-reliance. 

Have— w»— not rested, leaned too long 

on the mother land In such a matter 

pf transcejideptal importance as'.t^e 
♦• 1 aef qn^p _"T,,oyir own land? The move- 
ment of self-reliance has grown until 

today I don't think there is a patriotic 

man that will say that we should not 

find the irten and n^mey to better take 

part in the det'ehce of our commerce 

and the homes pf- Canada, If there Is 

now^y difference «f opinlcmas to the i^j^'^vent wfflr^liiarT^ihe 

manner of the-dlachsirjre of "that duty 
w^hich Vc iiave (ksuiumeiit, it lyJII disap- 
pear." The policy of- joining In the- pro- \7^^ 



hail in'Pn granted (■■•r,\ p,'"mI \-. r'i l.a^i 
iiceii given by the residents on shore. 
He had nevi>r i^e-.lu a better Hhip'e coni- 
))any. The crimes ba'l i'ccn nil, and 
th^ jnfu had an ■(.■xirllt;nt rtjoord; Llicy 
wexe men iti<t<-«d ami snicatab' for the 
trai'flinir of recrViit.si. , $'in-ie,.JiaO j'-iiwi] 
for Uii'Ui.-. some ..ihce.-i:ear.Sv. TTI'. 1 . j , - 1 
that, aJl would go right with tin u. ami 
they \voulil make th«?ir homes hor'^. 

o- call(»d for tlir<'i' tlu< rs for lion. 
^V-liliiUw Teinplenian. wbicb. were bm- 
tU,^^en.-.._^j.^ -^ef*— W4>fcfJ'"*MArt 
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Repairs 

Oils 
Gasoline 
Supplies 



SIX TASssnatin ehclosed oaks for hire 

1910 Rco TiTurrtig Chp (alrnnsl. n<.u i ;■ .1 1 n i 

A ObTslTTobllo in good condition (01 juih^. 



M. „., ;T. Alui' Mod'-l 



pressed his pleasijre .l*.*cliiB ablfe to 
a.sslst In the— welcome to the officer» 
and" crew of H.M.CiSt Ral'nlJiQrwv He 
w^as sorry that the presentation ar^ 
ranged for. by the people of British Co- 
lumbia could not ^e made, as the plate 
had not been received. This presenta- 
tion would be made at a later date. 
The piece of plate being prepared wais 
to be Inscribed; 

"Presented by the peojgle pit, British 
Columbia tp H.M.C.S. Rainbow, in \ve^ 
come reco^^ilibn of this being the first 
ship of the. Canadian navy on the Pa- 
cific, and, the loyal belief that the Raln- 
taow will succesrfiiJly fulfil her part in 
strongthenlng the iiaval defence of the 
Btiiplre." , ' ," - 

He considered the coming of the 
Rainbow marked an epoch in the hls' 
tory. pf Canadftr -an-event tHiat woul<l 
be remembered for all time. She wais 
designed for iise ias a training ship. 
Training was needed; on land and on 
sea In Canada. A man to fit himself, 
for service on ship or land has to he- 
trained differently today tiian •vi'as the 
case some years ago. One thing in 
which he Considered th«»*people oTCan- 
ad*i wfero lacklng-wa.s Jti-ahowing^4U'0-?- 
per respect to thoise who wear the uni- 
form of our country.' We g^lve res- 
pect and honor to onr country,, but we 
lack In respect for the men who wear 
our uniform. "1 feel the greatest res- 
pect." "said he; "fPr the man I see in 
the uniform of the land or sea services. 
He Is performing a duty which many 
have neglected. Many months of his 
time In the- best years- of' his life arc 
devoted to his training. th«rcb.v. to fit 
himself tp protect the honMss: ^t his 
follows,"! He cordially welcomed' tlie 
Rainbow,' hcx:offlcer8 and men. on be- 
half of BrUltfh Columbia. - Three 
cheers wore given for the l/ieut.-Gbv- 
ernor when he finished speaking. 
Hon. Riohard McPrido. 

Hon, Richard. WbBride, Premier, 
said: "Aft one contt6cteid With the local 
government of JBritlsh Cointnbla, I am 
fortunate Indeed to be with many 6t 
my fellow townsmt^n Uiklnfi: some part 
In this forhial welcome."- T am sur«4 
thai w« will all join most heartily in 
wha.t_«on: Mr- Templeraan has said 
H nd the . Lietit.-tSovernorr iWhr"e«dorsed 
as to the srreat hhltorlC: Importance 

national 
growth, and in the development of Can- 
ada. We realise the vmdcrtakliig of 
e ('ana4)An_,gpvrrntn('nt and people 



( rolsc's, and do in.sinu'LiLiiial work, but 
there Would lie none 01 tho {jrcat drijt.s 
that niar!<i.'d the old days, when the 
nii'ii Inoked sad as' the \-ess«Ls pioved 
away from Victoria, and were glad 
when they reiurnfed bore again. Tho^ 
.)frii-ers and men nP tli<- Rniiiii'.'W would 

1;,. ['.r ; • ■ . . , , . ■ ■ : ' ;: ' ■ . ..t IIH 11; 

Um' tlL^vijiiiliti tiiid l,l,-.Lol,. .li tl.c im- 

perlKl navy. It Is a different .<ier\'lce- 

t(>i other ser\"!e''=. , -'^ 

•The nion-^wet-' m- baok'to^-' 

ward-, u^^d , the tereiuuny ,'-n4'^<^.£ii4 



'Advertising; Is to business what 
iteam Is to machinery." 

G. W. Newton 




Advertiserr.enU Written end Placed fo' 
Ail Lines of Buainesa , 

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Office- with An.po«-Campb«ll Ss C-n. 
Limited. 

Phone J81, Residence 16 




", .!%« 2^ntW«r j«.«L Bc.cond ,Qia,ga ,at$el4^ 
tTrtjlecfted cruiser of ^,600 tons, length 
30.0 feet; breadth 44 feet, H. P. 7.000; 
X. P..;T,'ftpO V. D., copper Blie^t-h«d^ 
protected wUh_a^ st^ei deck 2 IrTches 
In thickness generally, but .5 inches 
over engine YOOm; gun shields, 4%. in,, 
conning tower 3 Inches. Slie was 
built by Paltners' Ship Building Co., 
at Jarrow on Tyne at a cost of 42200,- 
000, and was launched in 1891. She 
carries two 6 in., six i.7 in., eight 6- 
pdrs. one 3 pdr., one 12 pdr. field gun 
and four Maxims. Machinery, two I 
sets of vertical triple expansion en- 
gines; two screws. Boilers, cylindri- 
cal, three 2 ended, two 1. ended. __ 
-The Rainbow Is one ^a class of 
17 »hips built under the ~Kaval De- 
fence Act of 18S9; of these si* ha\^ 
remBiried_ln employiDerit in7the. Tm- 
perlal navy, eleven were l,n 1905 plac- 
ed in the reserve,- but of, theso s6ven 
have recently been taken into uise 
again as- mine ships, and three for 
sjibsidlary service; 

Having been thorotigrhly refitted at 

Portsmouth Dockyard she was com- 
mlsiBloncd on the 4th of August with 
a complement of 204 officers and-meu 
ug Act the comip and ^ of-^t?ommandor 
J, I?. 1)7 Stewart, the names of' the 
other officers are as follows: 

Lieutenant Aubrey E. I>. Moore. 
First and GUnnery. 

Lieutenant Reginald A'. Holt. 

LieuttfnarSt Richards L.. Edwards. 

Lieutenant (N.) Ronald H. C. HalU- 
^ajc-,,- , * ■' ' ' ■ ""■ 

Engineer Commander Thomas J. 
Morgan. , » 

Engineer Lieutenant Roland" H. JM. 
BQrr<: -. 

' - Engiodfer Sub-Lleutena«t A. D. M. 
Ourryi* 

Start Paymaster RQb^t A. JIftRWu "^ 
' Surgeon Thomms' A. Sintlh.' Ml B. 

Mr^ Herhort 'O. Mock, gunner. 

Mr. Cornelius W. King,' gunner (T») 

Mr, Ernest M. Jehan, gunner, 

Mr, Joseph Pcltng, carpenter/ 

Mr. Reginald .H. Wood, artmeeFen- 



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toction .pf^the Empire if< one which willjj,^^ a good effective liKlUinff force 
find aupiK>rt. Out policy Ihe Uj^j^^, {jg pia6o In tho defence of the 

jCanadlg.n tia.y'y \y-' into heing.rKmplre. a place ancb a.'; onr i.".sifl.>n 

it was t^ffWn todays and will be: per-tSfftr wealth and nymber.s will 
fectftd uptll it.-.^s^ttrorougl-'i'- "I'o.-tlvr. ' ,,««, w-: :,nd inon'onhe Raii. ;■..,>, me. 
tiVtake palPtJn liome and ).. ,i, i- . i 
In the tlef' ' the Eminro;~'iii de- 

fending Ca will be defending the 

Empire, Tlo- an'iva:ixof the Rainbow 
lodiiv signalizes the bi>th of tfrrr Can- 
,idt;i;! navy. It ^ -i- .- ■ i :. : ■ mada 
nmv h-as TeilHiiv . . 

"BaTlors,fOf the King, trains 
bPHt naval Kcho"! in the world, in .xnu 
Is to be entnijHed the work of train- 
ing ( Canadians- for-thc navy. Ciin.-idinns, 
von will lind. will bo apt .'^rholarM: Thoy 
' n' iiiith in fhrlr country and will be 
to tiff?- *}mj)ire. Theru cnn be no 



■• :> which yoii have been as- 

signed Is oof of t^ie best In " '" 
minion. We of British Co.lu 
that our homjes have Ijeen set in one 
the best sections cff this broad D' 
minion. As for the ftuRgcstion of Capt. 



■-; .The' Creyy. 

The ^re# are composed' of men who 
have jdistoolnpleted their full lime^ 
and beep pensioned from the Royal 
Naivy, nieii who have completed -tiieir 
llrat period of service •!«• thfe Royitl 
Navy and^ belonjfto th e Royal fle et-re- 
nervc" and sonic younger ' men~-Tv}TO' 
have been t'-ntered directly for the 
Canadian sei Phesc men were 

tntfocruTtod at ! .nth during .tuly, 

and werf accommodu'ted In the Royal 
Niival barVaek.y ili'ie imUl ttnr coni- 



fpU power steam trial whtclr^ took 
^jlace some weeks befprej^<had >een 
very satisfactory," her tCsultrng'sReed 
belhg 18.1 knots. V 

The commisslbning stertm trial oelnR 
quite satisfactory the ship proceeded 
to Plymouth, arriving on the 19th to 
embark the rehiainder of sonlp "super- 
Tiumerartcs whi.ch she was to bring 
out fbr the' Algerlne, Egcrlat' and 
She*rwarterj, 

Galling at Las Palmiis on the 26th 
August and leaving the next day St. 
Vincent wa« arrrved "at* on 29i:h, 157 
iiPna of coal being, tkken in here. 
'-Tine following -pbrtaljyiro stopped" 
ttt in the order-namedr 

Rio de Janeiro, Dtp to 14tb 
ber; 4U tonfli of co-al taken i' 

\ Monte Video. 18lh to 20tb 

tons of -coal takeii In. 
^^ Sandy Point. 2riih i 
" ,Coqulinbo, 4th i'' 
«>f coal taken in. 



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THE 
BITULITHIC 



" ■» " ■»■ . V""""^" 



PAVEIVIENT 



General Offices; 



22 



and 23 Fairfield- Building 
Vancouver 



And at VictDtiiu^flnce Ru- 
perfatwi Jvew^^i^stfhinster 



Wc shall -be pleased t" 
give" .'««^r.- €it|«it/<-a"dvice-- on 
nifitt^rs - f6lati?ig to street 
paving, countrj?^ road.=? and 

i::;eneral contracting. 

J. — 



'tl in- 



nii 



■111., 



tons 



. Callao,.aativ-to-ioth-Oct., 300 tons of 
eoal tjit<en. In. 

Acapulco, 23rd to 2.-th Oct.. ':s-r, 
tons of coal taken- In. 
~ The aVel-age speed .un Jl;l,•<^^age <uit 
was ll.'Sn knots. 
At Acapnb'e wa.s met by H. M. 8. 
, ^Continued on P.TKe S.) 



niissloning- m 

to tboso then- .u ■. ■: 

to the Imperla? Nay 



afldltion 



^Imtmfltfluri Shoes for Ladies 



Tiietter t^acfiei-s an<rh'()' bOtler-t-om^PHfU<A.|JJiL!il'j' 

I tiian the iji,en who buvo "inado the Brit 

i.»h Knipire .siipreine on every sea. <"an 

ndii l.s under deep .jblifrMlion t;> th 

:|lTnperTTrrifoVcl'nni-/ni for having" given 



,^f.'vv;irt thiif VVni ivlll li'jike \(itir 

I ! ' i -; ; ■ : ■ ' 

i li.it .umI ii-.i-' ,. .'i. >' 111 > .. ; : 

feet, for there Is no i>n i - 

whore h «(atl<»r will be. ni"! v 

fiiuV mcRt with more proRpprit 

thrifty as In. iVrltlsh Cobunbia. 

to .loin mn.^t henrtily in weleoniing the 

\\' iiiel its < oninlenii 111 ." 

Mayor Morley 

\}^Hyfir >l.>rle\ v . ii;..,,,.-d Hi-' Mitipcr.s 

and crew of .tlie Hainb«iw 1,11 behalf of 

the clHacns o!C Victoria. He shUT IVS 



bome.s 

iidorse 

ito ef- 

inada 

Iv.-ilP 

is 
I w i M I1 




■ ■■ : I i\ e oeeii hMit 

• nent, for two 

tional and other pur- 

11 were provided w^Uh 

bolhg entered and rt*- 

wan<''' ;ijiini:illv fur (be 
! :■ 1-. ■ ■ 

al iii'^r-ii'^ .-.> .->: ■ ii, iH 1 
system still In vogue In | 



the IniperfMl.! 
reooivlnR it| 
arEanjjiiig.i 
P'rom 4 th 
pii'd int*il<ln'i 




wm. 



|[iurt*Hog 

trade to be the fnicht and inn-t 
Thc-lasts. the .skin.s, the inakiii);- 



B own uie.s.siiifi:. 

|o isth Au8:nst " 

nt*iHin'r Jn stores, a)nmiiniti"n, 
nd iirAiuirinK the ship 'fur ni.i. 
I 111" i.'^llt the Knlnhou pin. .- ■ 

iirv 
Her J 



rd out (if i'ovtsmulllh harbor in i-A\f\- 

cnat" commiystbnlug aioam trial. 



^'i'hr "I'.dwin C. Burt" 
Shoe heads the list. They 
arc a^-ktiowlcdgcd by the, 
irhtssx- American shoe njade. 
of these shoes arc all carried 
on iuider the eyes ul artists in their .res]>ecti-ve bfanchc&, so 
that the Mamp''",Echvin C. linrl" is a guarantee of perfection, 
Wc b-avc Llicin, in all lealhers and widths Irnni A to El v. $6.00, 

$f,,-,o, $7.(K-^ ,-nnl ^10.00 

The celebratea Ooner Shoe Ls imni ur \wU luiown American >'hep baying, 
all Mic Fiv j> <'i 111'' tilfilier prlcod slioesi; 

It.T (in i t ;■■..'. ......... • .". •■..., • 

"Bell" CuslUon Sole Shoe i.« the nexfecttoh 

iler, r< el ; nil ^Iz. s iiixl ^vi'ith^^ 

See 'our 83.50 and $4.00 shoes ; none beUer at ,the .prto> 



fill Hfy.CH. width.s arwl ,l,oatiit;r; . 

#5.00 

of ciimfiii-i fer li-iicd or ten- 
•4JS0 



MONDAY'S SHOE STORE 



1227 Gov't 
Slire«l 



«??8ISSSi!8BHPHffliSPPKsfl'w. 



5fy«H"!i.'ip>|^jfp 



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"''Wispp^l^P^ipip^ 



TtMceky. November S, 191U 



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vlCromA PAJBbY C3^^ 



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W E SELL THE BESlT 

. Our Windo>teJwill tell you the 
Complete Hat Story for 
This Season 

BETTER SEE THEM TODAY-SURE 

T. B. CUTHBERTSON & CO. 

F. A. GOWEN, Managing Director 
Men's Clothiers and Haberdashers 1114 Government Street 



SAY MRS. CiPEN 
IS SM ALIVE 



Story Sent Out From Philadel- 
phia, With Affidavits—Exe- 
cution of Dr, Crippen Post- 
poned -Till November 23. 



tentiary. hAvloff b««ii l«Tn»tTO«d th« 
leuit t»me In May, 1»0«. 



Death of Mr. Crandall 
WINNIPEG, Nov. 7. — Chief Timber 
Inapector ' Crandeil, or the G, T. P.. 
Prince RufJ«rt, Who (lied *n a train 
near WetaHklwln oii Bunaky evenfcng, 
was returning from attending the wed- 
ding of his daughter at Lindsay. 
Frank ("randell, his brother, of High 
River, arranged for the remains to be 
sent to Lindsay. 



I'llILADIoil'llIA, I'a., Nov. 7.~Tliat 
tlie woman supposed to be Belle Eltnova 
Crippen, for whose murder Dr. liawleV 
W. I'rippen l.s undor sentence of death 



•Italian Killed in Portland 

POEtTLAND, Ore., Nov. 7.— Dan 

Patrlt, an Italian was shot and killed 
at Sogond and Everett streets tonight 
by one of two men with whom he had 
a' hen,tfi,a...!irS^'"^P"'' Suddenly one ^qf „ 
the men drew a revulver and shot 
Patrlt through the heart. VVitnessea 
who saw the shooting believe the as- 



warp or bulge — because it is made in jour pieces •which 
allow for contraction or expansion."'" It stands the pun- 
ishrncnt of the .'hottest fires because; it, is extra._hq:ayy, 
extra strong and built for genuine every day service. 
-Material, the best of it; workmanship, all that it. ought 
to be. From everj^ point of view the K,optenay has 
proved itself for sixty-three years in thousands of homes 
where nothing could take the place of the 



KOOTENAY 

Steel Rano^er 



Go to the nearest McClary agent. Ask ldaBa% pr^wto. 
you that it will be best lot yoti. He will fiddly show 
you. Write this very day forfinrinfofriiatioh and the 
Kootenay booklet. Ad<ifess the n"earest McClary 



THl- ARRIVAL OF H.M.C.S. RAiNBoW— Hon. Will.-am Tem- 
rleman. S. J. Desbarates, TJeputy Minister of Navat Affairs, Rear- 
Admirs} Kingsrnill, Captain Stewart, Commander Roper, First 
■ Lieutenant' Moore, Officers and iW en. 



li lU. l .i' 'l J I . !-'' 




branch. 



I M^Clary:s' 

London. Toronto. Montrcn!. W.rnipeg. V„r.r>Mn-rr. S;, JaUa, N n . n.-.oUto.. fk^T, 



Did You Say C rockery? 

Why sure«-"sure thlnK"~we've Rot ^J. We're loaded fottalr In the 
. r.Hkeo' line. Big stock! '"bUT assortment! Big, values! Everything 
<-\K but the prices, aiid they^re ho lipiall llMit tbey wont 0v«»i «a«t a 

■^hiidow. , .^....i •_.._„.- 

LOOK AT THESE 



33 Piece Dinner Set, handsome ami durably »«^.»* ,..,,..*., j,>. 

Fv-;; 97 Piece Dinner Set»» sgfai e dP Ji ign . . . . , , ■ • v - yi^'V ^ "^ 
Cups and Saucers, clover leaf, gold line, do*. ..^.. 
Cups and Saucers. Taper Bhape,...fiK>ld band. do«,. ;.<-#,.'!• ■ 



Cups and , Saucers , pjal tv With blue' hand.- doz.'»;. .^.^ 



Egg Cups, 3 f'>r . 
6 Inch Ptattirrs; 
Sauce Dishes. 
China Mush Disne* 
Pudding Bowls, -I 
Pie Dishes, f-.ii h 
Turkey Platters. 




-*-•-••*'■» •'•■■ 



.6 tor, 



. nlves that out— "T 



, .$2.50 
-$6.50 
..$1.20 
..$1.00 
. . .9bc 
. . . 5c 
.-.25c 
...25c 
■.. . .5c 
.25c 
. . A^c 
...25o 



in London, has been under sorvelUance 
for the last five days somewhere in the 
Middle VTest* was stated by the head of 
a private detective agency here today. 
He refused to name thp place where he 
had located her. but said she could not 
be Interviewed, and gave the Impressjop 
that 'She is being; d«MiM»ed l« * 8«M^t- 
arlum. . ,■ •? ',,,'■: ': 'J ':■■: 

' ."1 win he able to teU by ThtirmJisy 
whether our clew amounts to anything." 
he. said. "I do not wH»h any publicity 
in the matter, and 1 am sorry that ihe 
story wa» publiahed'Hhls aiornlns;" 
msTuftlier declared that affidavits 
have' been forwarded to Washington iry- 
prople =mr6"Blttlro tot .have «een -5i|i-is. 
crippMj lo twiscojjatRy:- ' • :' 

The London- atoth<S?p*ti)»»fci>¥<« IM*!* In- 
formed. '■' ■ i"' . -:^r*t^ — ...-^ - ■ » 

MiUer Disbellevss 

CHICAGO, _Nov. r,— Bruce Killer, 
probably the o nly person In t^tcago or 
vicinity Who could positively Identify 
Bene Elmore Crippen, If alive, said to- 
night that he had not benn called upon 
to Identify the woman-,.- ^a^ Mra. Crip- 
pen. Mllle^ returned to -ChtcaBo from 
London tcday. whftre he had been One of 
the principal witnesses in the trial of 
the dentist. He said he heard nothing 
that would indicate that Mrs. Crippen 
was alive.' and expi-essed disbelief In 
the rumors that »h« w«s In. Wdlns In 
tills country. .<=.'■.'''■: '.■ --'^a. .{.'■■ 

Miller was named :1»y t^. CrtjM>«Bi 
after his ^rrest. as aii» Jhtlnmte friend of 
the actress, ahd_'sald he believed, she 
)iad gone to -the United States to, join 
Mitf^. * 

Ho Aotlo" It 'Washington 

WASHINQT ■ ;.- No action 

is contemplated l,>y I'-e State depart- 
ment regarding Ahe jTPpmts-that Belle 
Klmorc Crippen— l»~«live and in XMt* 
country. Even If . the affidavits re- 
ported to have.beiBn forwafUia lu Wash* 
j ington are "pfesetited , to the Stale de- 
partment. It Is dfeclatad they would be 
I'eferre^l to the British embiissj- or to the 
I KnRlisft consul in Philadelphia.: as the 

ji: 'osidercd solely witbtn 

I ,, ■ n of the criminal cnui 

I i^ngland, 

Crippen Reprieve;! 



sailants were also ItallaiiSi There Is 
no olwe to the identity of the murder 
or or his companion. JpatrtV"*^"'' ' 
waiter in a rpstaurant. ' ' » 



BODIES MAY SIAY 





Searcfi In Lawson Ce^ai Mine, 
V Where .Explosion Ocitfrred, 
Promises^o ' J)e bong and 
Expensive Tasfc.. - 



Children'fK White 
F 1 a n n c 1 e fc-t e 
Gown, ages 4 to 
16 years, 91.25 
to 90< 



r^nnov arnmrum.' 



---Oar-'-' - -'Q^fltttrwcsr ' 
i*i5«fWrtnient la 
teeming with new 
things. 



Special News from 
the 

Mantle Department 




To the lady or miss who has not already purchased 
her Winter Costume we earnesH^' recommend that %he 
fV^rs our Mantle Department ; with Jier, closest tnspec- 
tioi^;.. Never before in the history of- "'•Ladies' Ready-to- 
wear Appafel" has .such a magnificent variety been offer- 
ed for hcr^lection. "Newness" is the Key-note of every 
model and "e.xclu.sive*iess" is'mofc in evidetice than ever. 
Prices, too, are so arranged as to suit the '^various incomes. 



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OUR CHILDREN'S SECTION 
WHERE MOTHERS ECONOMIZE 

Children's Bearskin Coats, S4-7.S to ^.25 
Children's G*eam Serge Coats. ^.50 down 

.to .. ....92.75 

Children's Knitted Wool Jersey Coats, but- 
ton on shoulder, in^navy, white, cardinal, 
and green ^l*"*' 

Sailor Suits, of navy scr-e, witlWull pleated 

-ikixts, irinuncri with navy and white 

braid,„ages 4 to i2 jear.s, $".30 to $4.50 

Just -in— T^ew-shipmeHt of .Misses Scrj^e 
Ih-csses, a-es 12, 14 «"'! "' y-"^^^'^- $9'^^' 

and S7.50 

in (.'tiil(h(.-i\'s aiul Misses' Dresses we have 

a full and cumpK-U' rant;v, in all sizes and al 




Icasinj,)- pric'j.'-;. 



A SAVING OPPORTUNITY 

SAVE MONEY ON y6UR PURCHASES OF 

fOrniture, carpets, linoleums, etc. „ 

CHir stock of 1-ur.mur. for th^ home is now at itshest. Kvcry article h:~~ \>r,: .arcfufly 
.elected foHts wearin. -lualities and close huying has enabled us to place most moderate 
" ". ..n cvcrvthin. uc offer. See our fi,ie >lock to-day. You will he welcome whe her you 
L.m) purchasint, now or not. We want to j,et you accp^ainted with the va ues we offer^ Le 
us supplvvour Furniture XN'^nts. Free city delivery. Country orders pjtcked , and shipped 
free, 'rcn'pf'r ^-^'"t- cash-liscount allowed off rej:rntTrr- prices.. 



New Stock of Printed 
Linoleums and Oilcloths 



S«? this splendid new assortment of latest 
patterivs and colors whtt^ the stOjPlf is com- 
plete, p,|ir prices are loi\^* . 

square yard> cash price-^ *. *^^ 

'^n,0<S^'Ol£€t;OtHS,'fiT3iteifer >-d. 27< 



DRESSERS AND STANDS 

Xcat, serviceable Dressers antl vSlands, 

•golden finish, with British bevelled i^lato 

'mirror, 13 x 20. CashPrice Spi3.05 

^^^=^- IRON BEDS 

Strongly made White l Enamelled' Iron 
"iBeds, brass trimmed. Cash prices : 

Si'ngleskfe .... : |3.15 

Three-quart«r size Z^*'2n. 

' Full size . <■ . • ?o.bU 

This is a splendid value for the money. 
Brass Beds, up from • • • ?22.50 



SMITH 



CHAMPION 



1420 Douglas St. 



the Better Value Store 



'> 



Near City Hall 



Halliday Clyde Co., I.td. 



T/ixiiON, Nov. • ' '■ ^' •--- 

;on e>k.urcliill ordered a 

I of tV,c oxocutlan- Ol jOc.. 

1 Crjpf langed tomor- 

1 ro-w. "; : Xoverober 23. 

I"he autli postpone- 



SKA-TTLB, Nbvn.-^tfe .recovery of 

the bodies of the fifteen Italians. Bel- 
gian. Austrian, and PollsH repairmen 
who war*- kUled by yesterday* explo- 
sion In the I^wson mJne of th«f Pacific 
Co^ist Coal company, promises to be a 
long and expensive task. The explo- 
sions destroyed the timbering of the 
Hlope. which 48 2,200 feet deep, and per- 
mitted the orerhanBlnK sljale roLk to 
cave down lilto the slope. It may be 
necessary <* rebuild the entire Jhaft_to 
Teach the bodies. The mine i» "o nearly 
worked out thaf It WlU be Abandoned 
after the bodies a«lfl^mov»a. It the 
explosion had taken place on any day 
hut .Siinday tlw loas of life would have 
exceeded 100. r . . , 

The work aicconipllshed today by thi 
thirty men who went Into .the wrecked 
.slope was repalrlnji of the airway and 
exploration of the damage. ^The mine 
owners are determlnerTThat no life shall 
i>e lost In- seeklnis for men aastfredty 
dead. « 

The force of the- exiJloslon waou ter- 
rific, showers. of earth, tlnihera and hits 
of ololTiir'i'' i«''i«.^ .i.i «ci l>e that of the 
■ilnarw— V the atope of 

the mine. ' , ' """" 

Timbers measuring 16 Inches '^S^^Sf^ 
j>^j. jj f<»ef long were blown half a ml|e. 
A Ms? section of ."lenni pipe Wffs blown- a 
similar distn- in ^he 

gtrouodi— •:- " .._... 

V The shoclt of Hha explosion. wlUch < 



men who entered the shaft J»««tcl>«fore 
tlie explosion had not been WWrWfffl .In 
acconlance wUh.tlie rules. 

LIKEiy 10 GARRY 



griohomlr^ 1 ies and his' election. In 

the second district, Stanton Warburton. 
Insurgent Republican, Is opposed by the 
old guard leaders, but la supported, 
strenuously, by the Insurgents. In the 
third district. W. L. La: ?'ollett«,/*ln- 
Burgent KepuhUcan.. Is practlcaUy un- 
I opposed. , >r 

The poUKfi9Hin at 8 a.m. aiw elo«e at 
1' m. ■ ' ,-■■''. 



w^alhcr in Victoria \S'"8t 

Hpae .; '. • • 

libsJs on ^lei of debenturoa . 



IjT.OOO 

/5,500 
2..J00 



GETS NEW RECORD 



Has Strong Support in V^fash- 
.ington —Vigorous Figlitjo 
' ■ Befeat Congressman W. E. 
Hurp.p^rey. ' 



IMPORTANT BY-LAWS 

R£ADY FOR VOTING 

.^ (Continued from Page 1.) 



,lh th. 



SEATTt-K, Nov. t.rrTlic jnoBt,-fnter- 
catlng development* of the last' hours i 
of llie state •campaign strong 

s<>nUment shown for tl. n ■suf- 

frage amendment to (he^*laie constltu- 



crmtTWRy has offered to accept $1,950,- 
000 fQr its system that amount or posr 
i;l!.lj' $;i,000,000 as a maximum figure, 
hihould be set forth In the bylaw, biit 
.the baliince of the coim<^ did not agree 
' with him and the bylaw as It was 
drawn,' was. adopted 



aiiietiiinifm 
it. Not oh- 



-71,1 



...? 



lippen heluK 



Tintmithing, Etc. 



Phono 855. 



558 Johnson St. 






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►•_»-.♦. « »-♦•♦ ♦♦-»♦♦■♦♦•■«■♦•♦■♦ ■♦-•-♦-♦■♦-♦-♦■• 



ANGUS B. McNElL 



'• For Sale— U.irg-, ro.-.n- '' * ■■rnli^h.-d: rheaf- 

Monci' t.) Ivan in ur.j- niivi'.iiit. 't 



Alleged Mail Robber Captured 

I'l iHTi.A\'I», on-,. Xi.\. 7, — His' 

j rliied with the nli'-gpil pro- 

.1 mail pouch robbery at Biir- 

lt>. i.iaho, thivid I). K.ldd. was ejip- 

■iKT'd on thr~«freet8 of Portland to- 

i day by Post-Offk-e Ttigpe-'tor noment 

and Detective Mahmcy. Tonight Kidd 

I was returned to Idaho for trial. The 

j (,.-)\icK WHS stolen frritn' a _f'f-U{' U in 

i rrOriT of the station at Burlp.v.~T"7'TTm---- 

I or ^st, Kidd is «Ueged to have 

^setvea tW* temre In the idalio peoi- 



::-;.. .t. .CXiliUSJUll lo 'l.ll.l'.t 

■ ,. '..-,-, ,-. , '.nv have ■ •opene'l at^d 

i ihp KHs inrnted from a match struck »■> 
» Korkman hi the cage ascending t'i • • 
jsurface. T'-- night foreman 
j emerged shortly before -the dl!<B.h-i<- . 

parted that there was no evidence 

j firedamp in the mine wiien he l«'ft. li 

j Is B.'i.oerted that the explosion roult not 

jl,n\«> b*'pn oouspd by n defective elfCLric 

Uglit. -a« III* powff lisd l>een sl-iut off 

from tti<^ liJTlittng system several days. 

The I'neljle Cohs* t^onipany has ruJes 

[•rohiliitJoK men frc.n entering Us inbies 

with iriatfhe^ in thfir r>mis^i«.-«i.tM. 

It U a«s4rla4» l>«w«ver, Uwi Ui» five 



iieavtly 

inefjs. Tii<- 
tia.-* -not dli 



speaker for either 
amendment, a"-i 
lized moyen 

■tale central cuin- 
Uat the Ill- 
ill bo cast 
ne justice nom- 
(11/. , .iinmlttee 
;.ieing-~ft 



.1.1 4;n';i ■ 



■ir.'!i''»ii 



I .at 



ATLANTA, Ga., No*. 7.--Travellln» 
at 72 miles anhour. J'be Hpran, driving 
a Lozle/ car. In the 2".0-niile speed- 
way grand prize hi/re today, set a new 
American record ^or the distance. His 
time was 3 hours, iJ*» iirlnutc* and l.i.io 
seconds, whi9h hcat.s the .previous 
record of four hours, 38 minutes, 
57 4-5 seconds, made by _Burman in a 
BuicR at the Indianapolis speedway on 
August 19, 1909, and comes within four 
minutes of equirlltng tin- -vvorld's record 
I'or 300 miles made at KctxikUnds, 
England. Horan receives $3.00o of the 
$5,000 prize offered for the race. 
The niH»i her 13, -carried, ^by .B, J. 

, .- Church's .'^implex car. la held respon- 

Iditlon to providing for the co8t„i,.^^.,,f. ,,,^, tjjj. jrivers not only for 

^j^^^^^j^.^ ill-luck, but ttlero tor Thrr 
many accjdent.s that bef«;U (>ther ciir.H. 
As car number 18 swept' up -with the 
leaders in tTieTlfsl twenty-five miles' 
mnny of the other cars immediately 
began to suffer "from englnL=! troubles 
and had to be stopped at the repair. 
pits. Then No. 1.3 blew a .tire, ThL-j 
was folIoW€-d , by a. Tioppiiig of tir<-« 
from the other ei.tries all aroimd the 
bourse. Finally No. 1.1 jumped the 
track ''O n\" fortieth mile, and I.>oui« 
"Dlsbrv (■ PC- Hartford broke down 
at the. f«.-irni- iilHce and was pu.*hed off 
the course through thft name hole In 
the ftnce m hlch i^'o. IJ had made. 

Rurman, driving a Marquatto-Bulck. 

could not shake off the hoodoo,- Utop- 

ping juKt nine times with tires ripped 

ff. After hl» two inbst danir«r^mii 



gre- 

Kep'I'-'lir.'!!!. '"iii'M .-, 1 " ■ 

This right.* wlUi W \V BV' 
piii-fv'H upprment and .^eatll'- ii:-> ' 
tlBground. is the one exciting, contijisriir' 
t!i<i whole stH'.e (HnicalKa- '''he Petuo- 
craiic »t«t* central tommiltee predicts 
«. |>i«, .miuority for Blajckjn Mtin arad 



system, AS, ascertained by the 
urbitniilyn proceedings, provision is. 
also made for the neoensary sum re- 
ouired for connecting up the Oold- 
^iream system with the city's fMiwUtm. 
;.-<, will require a pipe line from Arm 
^Ul•et at v>M'ii r-'i"* ">'■ <'i)mpany 
system wiii ' 'his -vvni 

. ..( In thi- - 1 '-I t.^'O.OOO. 

'rtTF.;deb': ' i.e issued under 

the bylaw will be repayable In fifty 

years and baar four per cent Interest. 

The $50,000 Fire Pratf-ctlon Bylaw 

^vttl— be-srwead over a term oF twenty- 

-#1ve years, requiring an annua! outlay 

fvf $3,200 for interest and sinking fund 

"or an annual rate of .1197 of one mill 

on the dollar. - •— 

The rr\ea«tiir< j. ,.i ..u^.w ha- the fol- 
ITowing: 
Ri^c and nre hall at itnklandf..$ 
^ t- iind fire halt In l-^&lrfield 

I Estate ' .,.-.. 

i Quick hn1.«rttng aerial truck. It' 

! fee.t '. ■ 

Two motor hn■'.^■' wnrt ehem^lcal 

waipons • 

Two second ."tr" fire en|rl»<>«i. 
wne f',ir JunivH Bay ail9 *** 
^vUmT' to T«|>tee«> tlHL l$ium0»-> 



R.oOO i rivals, Harroun ajid Pawson, ha«|.*iluit 
7,000 



I -l-M 



' the track with eiiirlne trouW*, ttmnimm^ 

[ befra:nr-ft-«JMM<r-»f-**r Harim* 



XS^ftftO 



with Bafman In strlltiaf J 

fifth «ti»|jp«>if on eVtMn" tWIWlT 
tires, but Burmaft'i KWII 
Decoijd time in tb« «lttnioMl«» 

lip the i«|;^||L-tt'^t»!)5#1WVf " 



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TUa ColonUt rrlutlng and PublUhlng 

Conipany. l.lmlU'd MMilMty. 

1:11-1215 ilroad SlriH't, Victoria. B. C. 



J. „8. H. MATaON. 



THE DAILY COLONIST 

DfillvciM'rl hy raiflor »l 30 et-nls r"'r month 
If paid-in aUvaiire, i>U utniii p.r motUli if 
paiJ afliT ilie lOili of each rnotiih. Malicd 
uosniald, to ;»ny jjort ..f Ciuirula, .■.\<:Rt'l t'u^ 
Vliy or suburban iliatrlots. u!tl..h ar- y>vred 
»iy cur curri.'in. or Ihu Uniti'd Kliiudo'u. at 
the folio wlit» ru.ii-»: 

OlKi Yi>nr .....;. |6 (10 

Six MorithB 2,jO 

Three Month».... I'io 

London'- Ofllc*, »«-»» >>rt S|ri>e«. 



Tuesday, November 8, 1910 



cause of what their comln* ren]r«««'>t« 
und because we reirard it bm Bisnlfylng 
tliat hereafter Canada will recognize 
her full duty and prepare herself to 
discharge U to the UtU. 



END OF A REGIME 



^■^ AN EPOCHAL EVENT. 

YcHtiTLUiy K. M. C. ri. U;iiuljuw 111- 
lived at Esqulmalt and was given an 
tipiimiTi.iJi^ reception. The remarks 
or the .i.ieutonanl-iJinnnui-. , Mr. 
/rctHpli'inan, Mr. McUridc ami llio 
„... ,1 v,,io roncelved la ji. patriotic 
.si.irii und the replies of Captaln_{?tov- 
art were iu excellent ■ taattt. Thi 



in- 



cident left a very pleai^ant' Impression 
upon the minds uf alL th"sc who wer©' 
l>riv,Uegod to be present. . 

"I'he event , was one calculated to 
if.vnki'ii 

who tndeavored to grasp Its true slg- 
nUioinie. . Tiie RaiTibow Ib not a 
liglitiuK Ship, butshe is manned by 
lighting men, and her mission Is to 
train men so as to make them fit to, 
defend our covrntry'SFomTlnvasIonr pro- 
tect our commerce on the seas and 
maintain the dignity of the Empire 
I very where. Her coming is a proof 
t h:i t 1 rvnada -haa-a ocM ^ t e^ . a..n & a:jEe:L, 
!rpv)tisibility 

i.cw burdens will have to be assumed. 
.Ill tWs Western Frontier- of Empi re It 



/The transfer. of, the Navy Yard from 
the Admiralty to the Canadian govern- 
ment will niarlt the end of . a r«/grlme, 
SI) to speak, that has been both pleas- 
ant and profitable to tlie people \jf 
\'U'luri.i and \ .'ciiiity. A pood nuiiii' 
ypfirs have slijiped away since the 
Ui>yal ,Xa\-y first made il.s headiiparters 
at Esquimalt. Tlie shlp.s that liave cnuie 
and K'Mie since then would make a 
fairly larso, if somewhat out-6f-date, 
.s'luactroii, and the various ships' c-oni- 
.panies WDidd make a tfoiKlly force if 
they could all bo gathered ^'Kt^ther. 
The__advaiuage In a commercial way 
■■'r th6;"naval station to Victoria has 
l)een very great, and one of. the best 
signs of the times was that the ^re- 
moval .pf the larger, vessels did not 
seem— to have the " least retarding In- 



is all Important' tHar^here shall bo a 
naval establishment *hat, will coRHXtJor 
tipniethifi*. Ip. «|Bi 4^ur <«.. stress* TVe 
li^.u at times a prote.st agattJBt the tuelv 
and, money, of Canada being spent in 



fliiehce upon the gr<iw,th,i.of business. 
In a social way the presence of the 
lleo! ilvvays a source ■'' ureal 

thought in th^iinds-of aTTp'*"-^"- -"^ .satisfaction, li l.nt a 

life and tone to the .community that 
distinguished it f ronx «U Oither western 
cities. Some of the older residents yet 

jools back ,w4th many regrets to tho 

■day8,_.W'b^l'tfiltJf#^ ■**'** '" '"-'dence 
everywhere. It seems only right, now 
that the old regijne at Bstiulmalt has 
l?e«4— brought to lit 'iflQSSf to p kice on 
record this appreciation of the part'lt 
played In our local life. It was a vary 

ln"the~d!sc«ha'i-ge of wMcl^ii'^"'''"^'^^'^^^"''*^ '" 

a- manner that 1^ made t?be \Bords 

"Royal Navy" a synonym'ln the minds 



The. people for everything tha4- Is 
'm^lj?; and honorable. 



^OOD 



ROADS M0VEIV1ENT 



fighting t»\e battW of t!ie jl^ited JClng 

dom; We hear protests at times against 

whatTs 8tyl«d the introduction of mil- 

ilarism. iBnt we Invite those peoplf; 

wh'S .obJi^ct to expenditures tor naval 

d ef ence to- says- *f 4fe«y. o»a,-what,^Qther 

<;our8e caii be adopted if we are to keep 

our rich and prospcroi'is land safe from 

an invader. A defenceless coast Is a 

standing Invltatien-^o an enemy, and 

wiiiie eanada.;i*ftmains( ;.a.;pait''Of;"th« 

i;ritish^Empire^~Tiir ffontTers 

ish irontiors and are liable to Invasion 

by the .:-;,.,.- "t liritaln, Jl^^ |^m« 

to us that vve have in Canada to 

( hnnse between two alternatives. We 

may cut loose frbin tbe ipnjipl^^" anq 

trust to, our~neighhors_to the South tO/ij^^^ jjg g 

protect^jis, which would ultimately 

nsean the annexation of the .Etomirilon 

ta the United States, or we can fe- 

main in the Empire and assume our 

duo share of .its defence. Surely no 

true I'ahadl^rt is so pusllanlmous as 

-to seek tfo cast the full burden of the 
defence, (if Jiis shores upon. the heavily 
taxed people oT the tJriltaa KingdoEft, 
and' therefore we refuse to accept such 
a solution Of the situation In lieu of 
one :=of ,t]|e others. Feeling, therefore, 
that Ve^-Ai^ .1w»?nd as a people by 
ivery principle of loyalty to the tiag 

_\Vblch has been "our protection In Vhe- 
pSstT of paCSotiam towarffs our own 
fair land an d the '^great • .gmplre" of 
-v^-hjsh it forms a part, and of self-Teji 



*,The good roads movement ia...mak^ 
Ingr ' rapiid progress all . through" the 
Pacific tjer of states. In the state of 
washing/ton th^ ser vices of Mr. N. B. 
MIller*the engineer who. built the 
North Bank Railway for the ,Gr6at 
Northern interests, has lieen appoint- 
ed, to the head of the Highway Com- 
mission and he Jiio lay out a great 

the 



system of state" roads on 



most 



mull rn /principles. 



The Oregon'Im- 
has ilMued clr» 



eulars .to.all the county gov^^rnmenta 
in that state urging /'united and sys- 
tehiatic aetiOtt ih~»'espe<6t to highways. 
Ip California a proposal to issue ?18,- 
000,000. off state Wids to raise money 
'excluslvefy for i/lghwav purposes is 

tnitted 
Intended to us 

3000 miles OTIflmtTJlass' modern h Igh 
way,- iind a part '^-thls will he'jso 
located / as ' to/ form' the southern part 
of the propos/ed Pacific Hlglivyay. which 
Is to 'be extended ,;|^o*niil»e -liexican 
boundary as far north as CanAd4, pro- 



Telegraph says that the distance be- 
tween Quebec and IVlanitou "fi'liU M 
iZ miles shorter than by way of the 
Intfejwojonial. "but for tite purpose of 
hauling heavy trains e(;onomically and] 
at high «peetl it la more nearly --US 
miles shorter." The Telegrapli gives 
the following information an to rail- 
way grades that will be read with in- 
terest in tills i)ru\lnce; 

From the Pucifle i<< .VL.ticloii the 
new line ha« but two grades heavier 
than four-tenths of une per cenl.-^-or 
21 feet in tho mile. One of these l^ 
in the Yellowhead Pass in tho .Pock- 
iea and the other 1m in New Bruns- 
wick, and wMU-~ the. New Brunswick 
g,..,,it;— In the Tobl<iuc region— exceeds 
four-tenths for some twelve miles and 
is technically described a« a :."pu8lier" 
grade, the ascent is no heavier than 
is to be found in scores of places on 
the (^ P. R., and the InteTcolonliil. yet 
no one thinka-uf-aptdyloff the word 
"pu.sher" to any portinn of these older 
roads. 

A plain word now as to grades. Tht« 
four-tenths grade— the maximum on 
Ihe" now road coming eastward- 
means, as .has been said, twrMity-omi 
foet in the mile. ^ A lQt?onu>tivf can 
haulon thlK (?riidef all the" load that it 
can start on the level, and can hiuil It 
at a slightly nccolerating "Peed. Bo 
that, for the purposed of traffic, a line 
with no"-grade •' excoeding'four-tenths 
Isi eciuivalent in" practice to 'a^level 
road. Wherever Vhore is a crossing 
siding or a tank, or a IS.tatUm. ..the ^ 
Transcontinental is exactly level, and j 
wherever there is a tairvc the grade , 
Is eased do\vn so that; it would be' 
equivalent to four-tenths on the | 
straight line, j 

This means that a k)comotl\'e can 
haul over the ^hole line any load .that 1 
it can start in the level yard where j 
the train is first made up — a load up i 
to Its maximum capacity. 

It. means als.o, that on this Uncj 
there Is no gnide Ifeavy enougli to | 
cause a train to run away. For should j 
'a train 'get beyond control going down' 
a "four ■•■ ■ I 't would not pick* 

up^pi- , / ' eontliuie at the I 

same . rate.. .81 it, was numingj 

, when. it struck il,. giude, the fact ba- 1 
Ing^ that on a four-tenth grade, the 
frlctlqn'ls Just great enough to coun- i 
teract the propelling force of grav 
Ity. , 



If. J. Pluvius, Esq.; has no objection, 

we will take the rest a#anf>ther time. 

V '• ■■ ^ ■'■ f' . ' , 

" Who Is responsible for those street 
signs Vvltiih" be^r the , word "Ksquil- 

RiJ^il ■: ' ■■■' . '" :.", - .' V ^-.. 






Gffha'ds Vllf have recel'v'e'd ftiily HOn.. ^ 
.000' ne". [■•-■■I''- til -luM i 'ii migration i 
between January ibt, UHO and TJecem- . 
ber 3l8t of the same. >'Gar, | 



Irfr the six.rponths ending September j 

30tii,'80,i3l Immigrants from the United 

ijTnRdoin . (ffit^red CaniftAfe t'T?hlB--wa9 ■ 

i,j- -. ,v,T .2,^W more than the immigration dur- 
t" I il' p&pple, It is • . 

;, „ V .^ *,;,,Ji • Ing the same period fron; the Unlte o 
the muney to build — ^-~- "^ -r- '■■-' — : ' 



vlded Oregon and Waahini 

to 



tn dp-op- 
be,. .every 



States. 



-Just a suggestion in passing to ,th? 
Victoria RMgby team. It It is going 
to hold the hcMjors It has won, it, must 
remember thai It is only by practice. 



epect as men of. :,a !3£Efi_08at has never 
yet shirked -its duly, tp ■assume the 
burden of our own defence, we welcoine 
the coming of th<j.|Uklnhow as U^ otttr 
ward and visible sign of the new Ca.-. 
radian policy- . When^exprcsaing our 
approval of the decision of the Domin- 
ion government to establish a Canad- 
ian navy, we said it, was the first step' 
that would cost. The first step has 
bean taken. It may not be as long a 
etep'or as strong a step /as some of us 
■would have liked to have seen taken, 
but U Is a step and It is In the right 
• ' I - < K?tftm t'? ^^^p grhtcp gg' ~y jiE3 
i..i.state the ca^e when we say that 
t5ir Wilfrid Laurier led the people of 
Canada as far as they could be safely 
laken at this juncture; b«t be this a's 
!t may, it is isoraethlng to know that 
the country has been launched upo'p 
a naval j^ollcy and w'e nfay add that 
ihe efficiency with which that policy", 
.v.iH b e tnt erpreted in shipa^nd sailors 
xlepends in the last analyeia^upon. the 
j.cople of Cana«Ja themselves. 

Therefore, w« hppe tbiit.^. the coming 
Niobe to Halifax a fe\v jft-eeks 



erate, as there seems 

prospect of their doing. i 

.< - 
A Winnipeg desjMitch sjays • that - a 

movement Is on fopt Iri that pfovmice 
to inaugurate an active peflijd of high- 
way construction, the Idea being that 
4n the end 'a wagon fpafi- ©f.-the best 
description shall be bijilltl ails B^e ■ivay 
from the Great Iiakes_to^tJie Pattfla 
Go>aM. A^'our'reaae'ifs know, the'Brit 



Regular and steady, that success can be 
assured.' ( , . i ! 



ish ipolanibla goye^nment has $e^ an 



example /in ^hjia 
short time have 
ifhe cos*t to the 




In they Crow's 
It /s not 'eai 
valyc of thi 




_a_hlghway from 
fnmlit of the Rockies 

to over estimate the 
good roads iiioy«ri"«ent. 



wMcn owes ,i|t3 remarkable progress 

Tints the last year, or two to thp 

nthuslasm of the owners, 



i^K" -xad.thfe arrlvaj of the Rainbow .at; 
Kisqulmalt yesterday, Win leaa the 
I . 1 !• Mada".to think fhore fiiliy- 

tiian ever I n i o'r&^ov'er the" respo^Slbir-" 
Jtics whieh they have asmimed. tet 
1 '!■ tn li. 1 ■ 111 mind that i ' 



ergy and 
of motor cWrs. There is every reason 
to think that the use of motoi-s is ot^y 
in Its infancy. Great improveniehts' 
are^eli^ msuJe lif X 
veblcie^U alid -whT^^^^ 
best yet reqoires/' a 'long ..purse, arid 
the co8|t of maintenance Is .yigh', yyet 
motors are Tapldly ';pkssli/g 6iA/fift'h& 
8pi>eFe''"bf "TrjfBtte^ Mstir^^ 
netressarles, They' are ytal/t-' = piace 
that nothing has hudiev^ ' ^'^'^'^ 

to All. They "did 't&» yt re'volo^lfpnli^ 
rura^ cohi^JftlonsTarefiKto furnish a ser- 
viceable stibstitute for railways . in 
many -irtstences. . 

• 'Wijlle there is" perhaps loss neetl toi/ 
the good roads agitation J t> Brltistj Cc^ 
iumbJa- 4.haJ9^in_aii3C_.<ith€rtBar.^ thp 



I In the course of a feiy years thf 
4roa'in Brl'ilsri, Columbia oyer whicli 
p6ptJfl4tran Mill b* SpreaiJ will be so 
extensive tha'i^n^vrlU 1 by, a whole sum- 
mer's work for a rijilnister of the crowii 
to visit every part of It. To do so now 
.is next to inipo#,s!r^tei^ tli^t is If a piiti^ 
Istifi" is .to "do knythlr^ else butt ti^yeTT* 

vyay rhanagers say they caij- 
not ^rjan/. th'pir/ roods' if i:,arees,.'^rf» iow- 
ed/ thp l^61*hQklJ^i8j skj'i thp,f«.theii 
Pldingsl' v('iil be red^/^ ta^ifAiue 
tes arte /nb/t kept iir/; jthe employees 
ay thp/tVif thp rates /come. d,oWi^t«j|f,.. 
iges Will ,hj^ve i6 be 'cut; shippers say 
they/ cannot 'afford to/ pay Existing 
jiitps. ^yhat hf^s been Irolng on in the 
u/ited States'oi late in thp ih&ttcr ot 
rpces.js'a good dpal like an 
'eflrort ityl'k mafa tO/Uft himself , by hi^ 



/#opt- 




ps. 



: |.i.n.-slbiliiies that could not ii<-n'jraiji.\ 
1. ans" lonFTcr neglected.— We have 
taturepf wanhopd as & 
«■ tn'iat 1.10 prepared to dls- 



Hid 
llii 



,,..-,. I.. 

rial lull 

rhnrc 
,,,.1 ,-1 • 
lb. :■<■ :, ■ 
t . . v^ , i . : 
W.riM I ■ 

1,M- I!;>!m!-- 

(T'lniiany a.- 

tl:( 
lit' 



f)- PactfUiiJlQasI,' fot ■-' OMtr governments 
have always ^enttitve to their great 
valuer and none ninre^ so tbnn the pres- 
ent /i^cUnlntsti T 

liern at me jil- '■ 'c 

H department,, t' vi 

the cluesjiion to the. frnii' • ■ i 
There can hiie no substitute for a go, 
highway roail. ^ "'■""i"">""ii\' can i;. 



a w»iTr, tvho ownfe 3;i,0(/o 
aoi'es in Great Britain, is off«i4ng his 
ls(nd for «ale, .1*;; i* agricuiitijr^ ■ land 
and is/thc'refocte rioi siibjcct to/^the In- 
creasj^d taxauon under the Lloyd - 
Geof'ge Bua^St, vln i fetteip tilT^tho 
Tithes he gives as his reason for 'eiell- 
i|4r .the appreciation In price .'mvlng 
to the Imprioved condition of agrlcul- 
'iuter^lii the, United Kingdom. He also 
says /that be, to.strOpgly in favpr^if 



the^- ownershtp*^ tH- Um iby- 1*ifr teen 

..statinch Conservatl^^" poTllicsT'Ahd 
.Jilft^ftatemerits t'jis^ ah Interesting 

IjgfM "Uppn ihe "cl/m King coti'dltlons in 

th^ .MotheV Coui II 

' "3!r'"pH6tagrapfr-'.of ■ tlip ftigiu of Don 
Manuel from Portugal has been puh- 
I ii^',1,.,1 \^ r.'orniinied in. the Ncjv York 
tire to be fec&ptefl, 



tn in CanudK 

' that wo 

welcome 

hip's 

w.rrlliy r>-pr"-' ill 1 ti\-c.<i nt' 
3:reatcat and most Klorious n:;.vy 
wcpidd has e\ i who liave 



,., ,»w. hc-rf- »'* »i^fu)i Ills Ivow to defend 
this Western fronti<'r of the Empire; 
but we wtilcorne them even mrfre be- 



along Wlthoii: 

li»\^ blghw 

fdufii ■ d It Is an tiiiu.Mi>.t' ii 

that . ds tire a wondfrrii' 

Ing to peoplt ake use 

RAILWAY GRADES. 

The part .Of tlie Natlonhl Transcon- 



ves-.-Uui' 
.■i.lent f(--' 
mr th'^ 



■fcrent Idea of 
I ^9 Had form- 
rep«rT«<. "WTlftt 



MWiWa^a 



COME AND SEE OUR CARPET SQUARES. 

WE HAVE HUNDREDS TO SELECT 

FROM. WONDERFUL DISPUY. 

THE BEST YET 



L 



READ THIS 



The ■uulity emdcou\c!UCiK^e </i Rug^Aiul Carpet Sqiiare^^ as a floor rr-vrrin-- is amply dcmonstratetl in these busy 

times. Our selcctinn in tlic different weaves,' co1»fs, -designs and .sizes, niukc.-:. u possible for yoti-.to find somelhing suitable- 

-forarlTTinst any apartment. We have about 500 Rugs on display on our racks, where they can be examined with ease and ex- 



|>e{14-t4<:>n. • VVc ai't* iiv-receipi-o-f-a-l-l-th'e-ne'wfst and nui.si desiral*!^ 



-jwodtKied. 



ter- 



The latest addition to our already large choice is an all-wool, very hard Scotch Art Square, plairrand small figured ccn- 
wiiii most artistic l)ur<k'rs. These rugs will retain their tine appearance for a longer period than many rugs of a mure 



pretentious character. 

Brussels 
Squares 

W c ha\ r ni--t v(\-f ived ;i 
parcel of Mime \ery nice 
I'.nissel.s Squares. Tli('>o 
.square- ai'e exeeptitMi;illy 
pretty in design and are also 
very good wearing. We 
liave a nice asso'rtmem to 
choose fn mi and we will 
welcx>me yoii "n the second 
floor when you come to in- 
spect these new goods. 
These arc in iwo-tone effect. 
Greens, Browns and Orien- 
tal pa,ttcrns, in Fawns, 
(.irecns.^ and Cjimsoii -de- 
signs. "'T'.K -r arc very reas- 
onable at the -prices quoted' 
below. ~- 

-4tl"6tn-x7fr<rtp:nat ?8".50 

C)ft X 9ft., at $112. 50 

9ft X 9ft„ at .$16.00 

git X I oft 6m., at- .. $18.50 

9ft X I'^h, at. $22.50 

lift 3in X 12ft, at.. $28. 00 




AXIVIINSTER SQUARES 



$27.00 



.$37.56 and SS26.25 



/.ft. 6-in. X 9 ft. • • • • 

ro ft. 6 in. x- 9 ft .v .=* ..,.<*.,,., .• •^:5/i>'^ "«»>'" ^^"--«-» 

9Jt. X 12 ft. ^.' *-^« • ^-i-^^ifcld^t^Hi ?40-oo and $30.00 

^ lo%^iri!. :x,i2Jfb'^:vV . • '• X'^iXii^^r^ :$^Xi and.. $35.00 

10 fL;6 in.,x^4'^. 6'in'. . .. . ;. . .'.^.i^.;-'. ..,$40.0044 

*^ WILTON SQUARES 

15 ft. X 12 ft. ■ • $65.00 

12 ft. X 9 ft. ................ . f '1 . . .i^p.oo, $35-oo and $32,50 

■12 ft-3H^- ft .3. in. ■ .'■• •4.v-;?tiSt*l|..... $54-oo and $38.50 

lift. 3 in-x r3|t.'6 in. ..... .$8§.o6,$6:2;so, $60.00 and $48.50 



The 

Matirud 
Rug 

This is a'special (|uality 
ri\alling i-n ..qiiality, lexln.re, 
and appeai^fliie the Best 
grade Oriental \ftugs and will 
certainly outwear manjTof 
I lie cheaper grades of 
.Rugs "made East of 
Suez." These Rugs are 

-maide in ' England by the 
foremost makers 6i the best 
materials, iu the best man- 

■■^ne,ri 'h% the ^est^of w arkmen. 
Thesfe. rugs' , are .ihadc wuh- 
oat.aL^dm. 



t l^ft x 15ft,- ■■at-v ... . $120.00 
12ft X i3ftirin; at $108.00 
13ft 6in X lOft 6in, $95.00 

igft 36 i2:-|t, a<t( $70.00 



MAYFLOWER SQUARES $32.50, $28.00, $27.50, $24.00 



krypttni Art Squar«fl|,l 4^ vfM^yfcty\ie^^,\^^i^'^o. 
_ tone effects,.in very artistic designs which i^eai to^liie i 
most critical. 



''•DP-J-' 



■ 



Sizfr-3~x 3 yards, at; each . 
Size 3 X 3Vi yards, at^, . . . 
Siaje„3 X 4 yards, at, each -. 

Size4 yards' X 43^/ yards, at, each 

Size 4 X 5^ yards, at, each 

These, squares are extra heavy weight arid are J^lso re-* 
versible, giving a double wearing surface. ' 

The aboVe carpets can only be seen! arid bought atj 
Weiler Bros. ' . 



.$10.00 

'.".; $22.00 

.. $25.00 

^. $29.00 

..$37:50 

...$42.00 



'Kensington Art Squares, an extra super-all-wool carpet 
'of strperior qt^ality! The best wearing and most easily 
■ swept rewersitjle carpet. 

vSiiC^ 2^^ X 3 yards, at, each $11.00 

Size 3x2, yards, a^t, each i. $13.00 

§i?:| 3>^ X 3'yards,vjal, each $15.00 

Sike 3 y&rds x 4 ys(Tds,^at, each $17.50 

Size 3J4 X 4 yards» at, each . . .' $21.00 

Size 4. yards x 4 yard?, at, each $23.50 

—-Size 4 yartis X 4J^ yards, at,,each $26.00 

Size 4 x .5 yards, at. each $29.00 



"! i T | . i j-i.Mi i 



J 



Novelty Curtains-New Arrivals 



New goods jtist teeeiWd. Spanish^acei stencilled muslin, two-i.nied 11 
you cannot do bettk" than. inspett1;heseniwflge!©ds. Yon will be charmed 
and ;^he flrtoderate i-rices. ^ — .-. ^ . 

Cream Madras, .^oejo ._• • I, " * ' " ■^^•^'* 

Colored Madras,. 40C"te | • • $2.50 

••F'a«ili0^3Or to 



I .Madras, iilyau are in need of a few curtains, 
v.'v.h the (hiiniy elegance, the beaiitiful designs, 



Two-toned Madras, 750 1 
Stencilled Muslin, 75c to 



9125 
.fl.OO 

.91.25 



f~TWO CARLOADS OF LINOLEUM JUST ARRIVED ] 

V_ A ., .-,. ,... . . . — — "f ^ ^ ' " ■' " 






.Uce w.L^ I' ' ' ■■ ' ' ■ ana ais . -iii- 
..iniun.-J sh.!.- i wrtUinK ship 

• ' ' irt just 
^ 1 I li; !i..| i»a|i|jeri. 'ibe.v embarked 
I .i.apl" ■>'' ni:.t)..Af-ivrir'a.tvoatj(, 
hundr> ' iicssed nuii 



while 



tinental /'Rail way"wm g T t . ''1168 'tn~tlw-]-f^fH4-wornen 'watcheU fr.onn the high Jfea 

■i\]\ TUtliieh surmounts" tho ?horp hi 



proA-hicn rif /New Brunnwlck will li 

256 mllos long. It will cost when 1 Erricelra. The (lay.i of ronmn'.c 

compl<.n<'(l, 115,000,000. The St;— JxJhnrj'irllpplng away. 



Hi 

are 



Careful 

Attention 

Given to 

Mail Orders 




11 



i 



i 



•Il 






I: 



> 



Ladies t 

Rest Room 
Second Floor 



^t^'^ 



I 



S5E«5«OggaeiRSES 



■7i'i.'i»mi T7 r iT i *^ f* "* ** ' ' ' '* '**''' ^ '' 



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TuiMdn/f Novembtr ». 



1910 






iii.in iitK'' 




SOCIAL AND PEBSONAL 



Krr.-nuMi will ii<»t ^>e '>^ 
11,1 Wf'.dni'wiltty- 



Ali.s. II. lm)las lUlm-'licii 
1,1 Vaiii'iuVf^i* '111 Sittur<Ui.v. 

• * * 

Vivlorl* will uKc Plat^o I" K.igluiHl 

in X'"' »<'^^' >■'''"■• 
/ « • • 

>ji^ l-llzg1hb()i). wl>.. ha«;>eBM sp<'nd- 

i !HR« a lew, d.iyu in Victoria. 

lunu'il In the 



hart re- 



Tcrmlniil City. 



jpi.OO A W 1' 



\X ,.„.ll ,,r \-i.lnrla IS ill 
Vanruuv.T .... a \ i^U ..ul 1h sla>lu« at 
(;|riiriic I.utlg'' 

armli'liarl 'mI; *V utorla, wlio i« 
„ Vaiici.iiv.M'i \^ at luuscnt Ui* 
\i,- 1'. A. Studd, 



Mr. WttUer WlU|«r. wha ha* b««n '" 
lowii fur the. imit few weeks on » bu«»- 
t nt-iiM visit, litts returned to BcgHi». 

Sunk. 

Vi<i«Mlu on Sunday liud huvc taken up 
l)i<ir TgMldfn.v Ht the VefTlon. 

• ■• • ■. ; 

Mr liiByt.W Reed, jfenflral BUperln- 
tetidtnt of 'the C. P. U. hotel ayatem 
will \p^Vi'- In the course of the next 
few duv.^i fur Vuncuuvcr wlu-re hf. wUl 
Bi.fnd some time bxjiuro returning cast- 

•■' '-' f ~» • "• 

' Ml8K B. ruuler. who has Ijeen resid- 
iuB al the Halmorol hotel for ^onie. 
tlnK' left vestt-rday for Qu6«^nstuwn 
Vjj,i thfi O. T. P. railway aystL-in from 
Chlcugo. 



VICTOR OR EDISON 
TALKING MACHINE 



1';. IU;a8k%v of 
111. iHivrr fi'i' a 



Vii'lnrla hiiH 
few days rc- 



* * * ) - 
lUigprs Is'leAvliiK foi' Kris 



few(oa>'« Via Tvlon- 

"rrViikyaVJ^t<'ii'- 



M^K\ ri'.i.u 

IU)l 



SI 



\Nn 



Novcni 






on 



Sale. 



>-; 



niM' wumI.'W an.! iL.'si 

;(\ I'f Witoinjlas. r.to.i.l 

xn.hhI.' Kiauich X: l-^ach an>i 






.Ml 11 
liil. hiliKlalul, in a ,_ 
tri';il anil th<' (Irand 

\i, .,1.1 \ir-^. w. '■. Ward of.X.ondon, 
y.uit;., arrLvmr In tho city yosterduy ar\K\ 
,.,.,.l..t.T.'.l at Ihp Kniprcss. 

XI . i; .1, r.ilnui-, niaiiaKPi" o!" ""' 
, ;,, ,n,i...us 1-umber mill is a gtic^i ai 
ill' Knuji'eBti li..t< 1 



Cliuki.'nni 



r.rainl Piaiuis. 



\i I 



,M,| -Mrs; J. A. Carrirk of Tor- 

i,.,, .^.M■o the BiicstB-n..f M Iss A. T. 

H«tewaW lo.dinnin .i'. H'' '<>''- '■-''- 



■ .VLr. and .VJr5. Herbert Simi>Hun, Miss 
Mi/d Slinpscn, Mrs. John Ktclilry.^ Mr. 
and Mr,s. Henry Burn«iy ami the Mlnaos 
Burhcy area i^arty of Seattle ylBi tor. 
who f<in-nt the week-end In Mctoiui. 
* • ' ♦ 
Ml.-.s Cliulya HeJvUson. who ha.s been 
the gucHl of Mrs. WilllHmson »t Oak 
1-tav for a few woekn, left on Saturday 
for hw homy, in Si.okunc after a most 
.•njoyable visit. 

••*'■■ . 

■nie .•nt;.i);eni''nl lias bccn.announi'CU 

of Miss Ida M. vniss, niece of Mrs. 

PentrealU of Vancouver, to Mr. Arthur 

iT. Sowtcr of the local government 

-I, I IT. 

1 Mrs. NN . II- *Ni^*kc*s of Yan..ouvcr 
will leave for Nictoria in the course of 
tbo next ten days to Join Mr. Wi.-kons. 
who hu8 been transferred to the slafl. ol 
the Iniferlal Bank o! Uiis city. 



Miu Henry Xm^S *»A.,Mr. ,af>tf Mr-- 
SltrTicner *^f^ Invited to meet the 
ulngerM. After the concert, which, 
crowded hm the theatre wan. aid not a^l- 
n.lt half tho>»e who wlahed to hear tHe 
lelwtr. Mr. and M«-b. (Irltttth Hu«he. 
were tho hosts of the ladies and a few 
of their friendrt,«t supper at the New 
England. j«««eiittng each of their 
country wcHnsni.iu. a partlnK gift, with 
a Kold enaiTM-lIed mapie l^uf pin as a 
souvenir Of Ihelr Vi.-*it to' Victoria, /in 
bidding a.ii.->u, th" ladles all expressed 
Ihenmelvea as .lollghted with tho over- 
whelming klnanesB of their reception, 
with the beauty of the swrroiuuiiiigs 
of victoria, nn.i with the city itself, 
iraaame Hughes- Thoma.H was deeply 
touched by a letter received from the , 
longshoremen, IbanKiuK: the choir for 
tlie. pleasure given them by the evei)^ ^ 




Mr. an<J Mri. D. McCariiiU, of Keftl. 
la»B. left yesterday vJa t»»« ^- ^; **; 
for Montreal, whence they wlU iaH on 
the DonaldBon llnw IJ»t«ml« tor Enrf- 

lar.d. 

• • • 



Mr W S. Drewry, chief water corn- 
ir.tssioncr for the province, has re- 
1 tuned from an official tour of the In- 
terior, In the COurBe of which he at- 
tended and presided at meetings of the 
i Water Hoard al Pentlclon, Okanagan 
Kails and Naramala. 

-• « • 
Brofessor. van Deman. who enjoys 
the recognition as the most eminent ^ 
pomologlcal 8i»«<^lall»t of the world, 1m 
ar present u visitor In Vlcl-rla. and 
vesterday pfdd his respects to the of- 
flelais of the Provincial Dcpurtment 



in«-s I ert. With be. wish^ -'^-j^ci;::iJ^"^^^^^^'^^ 

ru;^^-;':^':;::/..^" Srau-d" "■|;.n'ha;d and fruit condition. Profes- 



MONTEMl^S 

Piano Uoiisc, Ltd. 

1104 Government Street 



^v■.^r,\ '(.>(.■' 



>ii 



Siiiida 



M IKM' 




Masquerade Suits 

And Wigs Foi Hirti^-«iv f 
Madam Kosche's 
Hail dressing Parlors 
1 ro.s Douglas St. Phone n75 



Mrs. Jo-.ia Wilson, ^vhO'hM >*«n 1" 
N'*w York and Chicago *»«. the past 
four months. h4»8 returned to her home 
at SIS GtH-don »trfeet. 

Mwir A. HI. Smith of Vancouvtir has 
hnd her mother. Mrs. Helatermftn of 
\lriurla, and Miss Hciatcrman, us her 
.:„;. -4- for sW»»J:^i>»«"t(PR- -**>=»'■ 

' ■ ■- -■-'•> '*■ '^ 

;»9. -Spifay from Cambridge, 
Who also touring the coojt 

,>«tKiiW->^^w 4w«-w*y l<f- 



Ml 
spent 



.1. 



the 

h 



Enp' 

citi. 

tria. 




^ 



IF ITS GOOD TO EAT 
WE HAVE IT 



Bk.ttef Pi'ffs, per iMickaye,. .20c 
Chrutie's BiscuitB^. assortcHl. P^' 

fSr-ffm^—r^ — - ' • ' '' O ' "• ^^^^ 

Care's Mixed Bi»euit», t>W j''^ 
. 50c 

Post Toasti«».,J>!tF.. ^i'^f^'^ ^^^ 



\i .md Mrs. B. Uar.rard ami svn, 
A ,,. :-,,tvc been sptMwHns the past- few 
numtlm -lit: t»ie QJf ^ ' " ^nrned to 



Honey, per i-<^mb 

Seasonable 



.25c 



A. Pool Grocery 

fhone 44<=' 



Y.-iVfs Slrcet 



Madame Russell 



IOCS BROAD ST. 

Pembertcr. Building. 



WVB- 



"' . it^ME^ ■,'.* St*<?eiaiiy. ■ 
n,f>(ce Vafim' of Klowrrs ro,r' f^^. 
Phone 1836. 



V. p. R. 
MEATS 



The Finest Produced 



There's navrtt- to^ our njesrts 
because they are the product of 
that >wortd f«mon?_ bunch grasa 
{>«ctrit8r to the -8to<*:' nMal«« in- 
dustry of British OoJumbta. Our 
markets give more than value iot 
«<*e.ry: cent; received . O^r T"* ^.'. 
kets cater to the individual needs 
of our customers, and more than 
thJs;;^ our markets eave you 
meney as witness the following 
specials tor toda^' : 

POT V ' 

ROASt 



hn tif*lat..iie from Seattle 
si-e... v... week-end in town with her 
mother" Mrs. Quest at the Uillows. and 
is ledvins durins: this week for Que- 
bec et. route for the.pld-^.'ountry where 
she will spend thirnextfew month?. 

i M . \\ li. Uocksteader of VTctofla 
with her family Is- Spendins a few- days 
In VtUicouveI'-a^Ml is the guest of .% rs. 
Vr' Rac Columbia street, prior .to her 
departure for N^ew York where she 
win spend the winter 

» • • 

, , ,-,,■ Ml, .■.>untesH .^r I^anesiior- 

i.,u.-h l.adv KilePn Butler. Uidy Betty 

H^al^r and U\e lave Comptroller of the 

1 Household. Mr. UimbertM irtdletun lef 

Ottawa last- week for England. Lord 

LanesborouRh retut-^ to duty tU once 

Uith his roc'ment, the - Coldatr.am 

{ •••'■■,'■• 

1 <., i.-->» '•■! '■ i-hlchester. t'-nlh 
lliaronet'of the uam^• '^^ ' ^f Jf ;;'>; 
•> Rarnstaple. Yorkshire. Is a guest at the 
i Kmpress hotel engaged on a tout- or 
I, he dominion. Sir Edward Vs a Men ten - 
lant in the Boyal Nftvy and ''^r-ed m 
• Xata! hi 1?'"'"' ■'^■"'''^ t^^ XHvai Bnzaa-,;- 
' * » » • , ^ 

Uasi c\.MnnS .a . .pl-:^-^*^-'}. . ^"- '■' 'T 
lil.ariv ^-a.^ held at the residewe of-^r. 
' ind Mrs. J.- PKticrew.-TvlnK>- road. 
I Among the gv.eRt-.jS^re^the ^^s J. 
[Griffiths. M. Tamer, A. *-«»f*^/^>^;' 

GUvray ,«n^ ^«'»»- tJ^wL,** R 
Wilson. J. Pettlcrew, Wm; W^^ , " 

t. Godfrey. A. Johnson. S- M«^eHie, 




When You 
Consider 

That you spend two- 
thirds of your life in 
your boots, why not 
we^r the very best makes 
in the world, such as are 
always to be found at 

G. D. Cliristic's Store 

Corner Government and Johnson Sirects 

TheaYouWillBe ,.' , 

Able to live in I'cacc and cunirurl aua"imniai>|.y. 

Wg Ct2LTT\ 

' All the best Intr^ f.-r men. vu-,ucn and, cbtl.l.^^|n.giig.. 
feet and Intlc feet. brua.Li^t =md :;->;^, -^^^J^ , ^ ^ 
corns and feet without ooni^. W c ml makiii^ a si^c y 

of the fam<")U.s 

SOROSIS SHOE 

l/„r WouRii. which we are offenn|i cli'-- 
iK'forc kmnvn in \ i<t'iria. 

To See Them „ , , 

Jsto'fHHinlove^ithilb-in.aMhepnec.. cyo^ 

qi/p.lily, St si.. M.mlon and durabil.tv . be 1... 
buying yotir -_■ 

Fall and Winter Footwear 



■\..i:. . ■.. I 



G. D. Christie 

Corner Government and Johnson Streets 



Christie Has It If It's Pif^bt , 



'•V; lieim and T. 



THB ARKIV.XL Or 



H..V\.C.S. RAINBOW— Tlie Delegations' 
Address o'f Welcome. 



-T H "fe- 



REAL LACE SHOP 

T-;Uo-w-nM«ie lace insertv<m fn>m 

t:^...,. 20c 

: : ■ ; ^ h OwdW*- - -4yibe*----4«w*t5oTTs_ 

^713 /Broad Strwet; ' 



HAMBURGER 
STEAKS .. 

ROUND 

. STEAK .... 

JRJB 

ROAST .... 



lOc 
lOc 
15c 
15c 



Collins 

Sanda i- ^'ft< a m ost cftio yab l o tej t a t^ 
the Welsh I-adles- Choir- ^adaine 
TTu;?hcs.Tti6mM, four of the girls. Mr« 

the gwpsts of Mr, and Mrs. GrlffiUis 
Hughes at luncheon. In the a«*"?^" 
the x^hoie choir and a parti' of Weteh 
friends had a long automobile drlAe 
1 through the city and suburbs. Re- 
! turning, they x^-^rc entertained at tea 
'■ by Mrs. David Spencer, at her beauti- 
ful home, Wandery«»; on 'i^^^^^h 
Besides tJiii awsnWii* <« tli*'«MWly.» 



.y^ ,* i a4H i <j* ' »'Mi* * * ** 




:-. , ^— ,^ ^^^.^ fratai I t^T van Pe man finds time to succtws 
._^_.f • ..^.'^"L'^SSJ^^n r..uy dlr«t a large _ peca.^ . arm. 



ii 6ti. W. J. gowa c r ^ ^^^^ ^"^-[^^^."^^^^ 1 a large pecaii , farm in 
the, Mainland ycst^ay eSmto^n. \^'^^^%^ BaUafytas profits f rom , 

-« n-tt-hiiLfiUle is i-iBiting wfth a Malttut srovc in Oregon, gather his , 
. ?^-Frf S^?v.Ml«H«ter . r^mnge cropsin CaUfornla and operate i 



rclatli^i Ht New WcBtmin«ter. 

■'•■*■•." ■-.« 

Mr D M. »<««» "t^^ «*«r to V*^- 
couvcr last nl«ht on tHe Charmer. 
■• • . • 
Mr D- W.,JH»»»»«iT left test ni^t 
*tt l li«d«.«» trtj. te^ t»ie Miamantl 

?' j&siJt^^ fC*tn€r<to law l^<M» . F^^ 



; iOSftnge crops. in. California and operate 

i^'Jiii'* ptech farm in Connecticut. 



CHAMPION 

SBOS H,EPAIiJ.IS!a 3>EFOT 

HXtaKtmtan A Horn© Block, 6S6 



Qulclcert 

Slioes 

TOTTKa » 



Johnson St. ■ / 
find l>««t |A«»i 



to f-fi 




MATTTOS 



THE VICTORIA MARKET 

:-.5b Jchnsori street. Phon« 1923 

THE DOUGLAS MARKET 

U2i DoubS" street. Phon« l^Ot 



V.P.R. MEAT CO., Prop*. 




EXCLUSIVE 
STYLES 

and 

The Right Prices 



i Mr' i. 3J "tr'*rr*»i -iweridcnt of l^S 
i kettlf. RivS^Valley railway. i»^ 

i Mrf p.. D. R»r&"^Wi>^«^a^ 
-VlgioaA'cr iiftcr a «?«**'« atas' » «»« 

Cepital. - . . " 



■9ia^. 




^.REFORM I;' 



at 



The Hat Shop 

.705 YATES STREET 

S^CA-t, to •?>ferrba,nff Ba'ihir 



' Mrs. J-.W. C«a«W'OT. ^'^r'J^^ 

minster, was a vM^ ^ T^.^ 
her «iHer, Mrs. A. S. Innes, <± tHis cSt| • 

« • * 

g8T.0cm are doi.^ fepin mrlt?c.o i* 
spfiBd *1«^ vrtatcr*t^*¥«' <5M*«i- 

;5^<. MiMiea WflltotttS' Wft . ... 

T-la Che Korthem Pa«iJfic for Casi Fraf 
tisco, «a roots |o P>a»o*Bla. 

yesto-rday «»n 



Joint Committee Meet* 
The Joint commitice composed of pjx 
members of the Home Nursing So- 
cletv and tlve i/ocal Council of Women 
win'mcet at the Alexandra Club room 
at !:*• iM«»«'^"**^=* afternoon. 

_.„ Change of Meeting Place 
IffSTfiflo the Ulucss of Mr. ^^■. K. 
Steneland, tl»e meeUng;jOf the t<?aehers 
tratni}3« ctajsa of the Metropolitan 
Sunday School wbich wafe to have been 
held at his fiome. on RJcbroond avenue 
ttilH-pvrntnK. the teachers are askejS to, 
mwt at the paror^nase. «16 Johnson 
street;, wh»!rc Mr. CampbelT -will leach 
tirt IfeWHm. 



fROCEED SATISFACTORILY 

AfTi«>96meMa for Transferring Son- 
, '^ Shees to the PropOfccd New 
", Reserve 




Mr. 






left 






ING^ 






JU. 



O'.l 



"^ ii«^r«9eer! -liifficulties m the «apS*Bwa^ di 

^"" ■ - ,; 1^^, <^ r ; r, : t- that'-WC are not yet in a. 

; , o||::^|||^^^Risii^^ laefinitely the date ^ 
ipem% Sale, V-n^ 
t!lecoiI^^ 



f-OI 



^■^ 



the matter 



' '. rj player \))\r'f< to play u]'(>v, », 

GOURLAY PIANO 

The playpir knows t!ip differencf 
t.rtw"'"n B (^nurlBV "nfl •" orcll- 

. • ■ T'^rf" 

:.nci 
ooirai-AY strFi:B.io»rrT 

Elcasdale Piano Co.. M6 Ya?cs M 

," only iintn«-n muh • In 



iiptn«-n muh 

■V"i'-;nrii., 



a. tr*l» *»-«» <»* <bountry via the C.^P. 

• ^^: .' ,. '• ■♦ -♦,- ••— ;■ 

lir: and Mrs. !P»h1 O.-lCenn' 

'-. •»^" ■-*»-'~m yaxrifu -•;-- 
. ric on an ex- 

.... ,iis; c>ia..0«wi*o:- 

Mr. CJontt !*«««*. «•»* ^' 
MarliW left 3-««Ua^y via tlv 
H^jd the Emprc8*^f BrWato <?» i' 



is paying: a 



. A.rr. 
tihf '■' 
ft" ■ 
n ■ 

nation 
J n»alt 
And 



\m 



• ntis for the a.; v.iuii'iU'Jn "-'f 

- ..IwEP re»Rrv;e in the heart 

!-day Victoria, ajid for theYe- 

: the Indians of th<' Sonirhees 

to-their»-;«pv 

tinr. are Tir , ' > 



Algernon R. Dobson, T.sx 

V\*ill rfscelvt. pup:!*- "■■> and tif'..,r 

SEPT. 7th, fWint«r Term) 

BSttBic Stnflio 



I f ■ u imai . iiii ■ ii iiw" II " III III '" 



i Uiorltiuii lu tiu, 
|/f„htrn towardB 

Tily t'> all 
■ L- ■ ' ''CI CH«'-Kt'^'n' 

lu tiers ■ ■■ ' ' 



1 ter. 



foncTn'-'J ■'! ihlb 
The Puee.t Bouhfl 



pb.ebbi«.aks;b;- and i.AiJir.s- 

XiUX.OB 



will 


ITl ' ■ 




f 


' of 


fail ii' 






neness. to 7" 






trOOCi 




■TR. 



Wc 



35; It OUl 



!'I"'I' 



Vr- 



CHRISTINE 



"Th#. ATJ«ra»en." Jnanohwrd 



■t- 



.;« ^ 



X^ 



PO'LIDEWAM'S GRAFT 



:;,, irT.">edlat6 r^eKlR-nati- - - '. '■ 
vlnclal Police ConstubU- Tajior, lor! 
Boroe time paft atatioiH-ci i±\ Stewart..; 
hB»=- been "aaked for .\v ' 'tomey- 
reiieral, as the reettlt >'l nui« ( Inv^sQ- I 
pHtion on, the part of the cWef coti- I 
ptiibU- for the district, follnwInK im 




t^i Ij ill- 

. . and e.v- 

■ J un ii.i>d ^^"'T-'f:- 




KlCrB GRADE OOREETS 

5Uii.e •■ 



i.ncl Avei!!.'-. 
..i. itie, "C\''a»<\;. 



Yours, very trul5^ 

ALLF.N & CO. 

1201 Gov't StToel 




MUTTON 

FRUIT 

PORK 



PIES 

Fresb Every Day 

A. W. Simmons 



,, , I-,,,,., .... , . 


brand. ■ 


p.M'Ht of M' 


' "aua-dii.. 

•ocksteader If spending 

iv, \'nii'iiii\ )■!■ thf- 

■ ' . . -. ■ ' : ' ' ' ' 



, '•♦•tl-^Tl- 



(.>f. 



rumors as to rnnstabie j 



wintei. 




r UKtoff ictu 



v7-7r^^r 



,^j. I - -incltu'Hor- 

tiuvilUirif^i -■ • • ■■y "T' ■«'■- 

I'tlciul viHlt ■■ ■'■ '""- 

.....ucn with If' ! -:.-':'i> ••! ^1" '"'"1- 
..iiwiiutiiiii i»rt.:Jiitr(lt' i*w«g:iicu U> Uia.1 



■ ; • ; . *< n.hUHP of hiB official poKlilon. j 
.,„ I.M4 *l««- matter Ruorlnetlv, the; 
..■■•lo'T was KMiticT fo hnve arran«od j 
H repulur schedule of fpes. payable I 
to »iUnBeir. hy which immunity and] 
proteetion w«ire U* V>e Becin-ed tay cer- | 
. t,„ . f., ^ tain forces not recopnlzed an lecltl- | 
T^rirere aire 1 TOS.te or for the pood of «rorl«ty. Theae 1 

■ f-eR It IP declnred In Btatements to the ' 
uivf>BtlifntinR officer, have beep both 

[ i,.vlert and coTtectBa; from vvom<*n of 
thf' unrterw<.rM. the proprietors of 

' Bmnll pamhllnj? jpamea operathi* In 

i buck rooma of tob«ceOn»«t«' t9 

j mnnta. tind ev<>n froWWB 



restricted nnarter. 

These fe.cB smm-i ^Btated to luive 
amou-nted in the aggregate to a cun- 
aldernble fyim. the anxMl j,'!u-ni>linK 
operators referred to betnK -afsesH^d 
$10 -per week for police non^ interfer- 
ence, eertnl-n women pioine; from tlO 
,>er numtTr to Sr. w.^.-itly. and $6 p^r 
week beinK alfo imrived ,f»om ttoe 
meBsenger bo>B. ' . 

Although there l« amall reason t«t 
disbelief of the conatable** ci»i>«WMep, 
proof te sustain i^imlnaJ pr«c*Mteil» 
i« reKardW! au bulnR prohiiMy . affltS- 
cult ^« *H»t«in-8nd hence the enfllng 
of thfi Inciaent -with what J« Itx-tpffeet 
dtBml8«a.l from tfco disgraced sfennoe. 



i 'esigiung. 

R EPAIF S - ■' ■ ' 

c'lock;*. Jevveir- 
QPTlCS-Mii-i« vf j>"i»n .'.1. . 

•f.;ivmjj- I'r"pe/iy Htliae ■ 

Clocks. Jew«lr>^ '' Sib r- < . \ 
ware Novelties*. --Ivt<-:.i^.i..).t»J;.v 
Goods of Proven <.J\uiIH} 



WeWmnease 



IIIMIIVO. ■■■> 



New Canftdian Geography noW pn 
mte. At The Vlctorfa BonK and m«' 
tioiMO' Co. atore, vom^ Wcmii and 
attam »trwrt». Vfeforta; »ook *• 
lory Otfc, 34ttit««l. . ^ * 




i'Mv 



^w>y " ■* " 



Self Locking 
Blocks 



allow a weight to be lifted to 
height aiui held there without 



Will 
any 
making fast. 



Are of great use to 

PAINTFHS. LINEMEN, FARMER^, 

STEAMERS, LAUNCHES. 

BOAT HOUSES 

Can be used vertically or horizon- 
tally. : 



KKT IS DlCMOX 
STRATI'. Til KM 




VICTOKIA DAILY COLOKlsf 



/ 



/ 




Tucsdayi Novtmbtr 8. 1910 



NEWS OF THE CITY 

B^ifcir Inspectors' Exams 

KxttniJ»ktlon»^tor ccrHncatca of com- 
IX'tPru'.N- iits iirovintlttl l>oik'r in^poctora 
Hie 111 ^jroKroHB at the Oi\k llyum. Pro- 
\ iiu-liil K'Rlslatlvc buildings. 



Mors Pavepisnts 

More nsphult ijavenicnts will be ro- 
conimemleil at lunighfs sptK-lal mnet- 
liiK of Uie lUy council, when rcsolu- 
tiaiMJ,.^lll be pus-sed providing for ikiv- 
inK f'hiH'nix Pl«ce, liclween Ttn-onto 
Htte»Jt anil .Vviilt-n ruivil. and Harbinger 
Htrt»ft bctwpfn Richardson alrf'St anil 
l-'Hinicki ruati. In each cusn the proii- 
ert.v owners -bciienucii "ill p.ix^j ii>ur- 
lilth.s (if the coMt. 



/ 



THE WEATHER 



Metoorologloal offlco, Victoria, B. C, 
Ht S J), ni., NuveinbiT ",_^iylO: 
SYNOl'.Slb. 

Tlie lmr(iiii.M.T is abnormaHy low ov.-r 
tho Otmihiloii^ from ibv sfouHt <-aKLwar<l 
to Alborta aii.'l rulny wcatlicr Is Kfiicr.il 
tlir<iiiKlioui tlie Puclflc Mlupo cxtentlliiK 
to Caltrurnlu. Strong KouOu'rly nal<N 
liavr prevailed on tli»- coaHl and' Norlli- 
ln'uU reportH u niaxlnuuii wlnfl vt-loclls 
of 80 nillfH nil luMii. The weullK-r l^^ 
inlld 111 tli<' rraliU- proylnccs. 
TIOMliUt-VnUtlO. ^ 
Min. 



^^mm^f^ ^ 






E.B. Marvin Ei Co. 

IJ02 Wharf "Str^ 



' 'If , 11'^' ■ " ,'^1 'l' 

L.^ 'Hi '_ .1 -■ . . 



'i'K.A-'Vv'. I?' ';'/■"'"• ilri ■'; 1"'" ■ 1 A 
; : l' i* <" ,r.. V I I i '\.ir s ', , 






Heavy Tax Payments 

,Ju.«t what aiii'unil dI' laN-v-^ wore 
pniil in -bj-forc the end <>c the iicrlod 
within \vhlrh a, rcbuti- was glvt-n Itas 
nut .\tt h.'^n determined', '.the staff of 
the (.ax colleetor'.s ofrtcc liavlnR been 
buHv isonding mit recei|)ts, but the 
aniinint 1h lafR-er than in any i>rr\l.'iis 
year. On the kiHl day laxPh t" tlie 
niiKUint (.f JlStt.OOO wore ' pjSiii, «hlrll 
l.s a reeiird. 

Roysl Huntsman 
lli.s lliKhnt:K>< I'rince (JhiUa. m the 
roral hou.se of Uouinania, acomiii'iilcd 
by I -apt. C. K. Raaelyffe, ii noted big 
B.iiiie hunter,.^spont yesterday in . the 
city lea\ ins jon. tho aftcrnoon'.sbCKa 
for Soattrs Vsiicnce they -^v-lll trfiveT-fo 
X.-w York over the Northern PaeSfle 
and on the lAisltanla for Kngland. They 
li.isc been spending the pa.st ' two 
111. .nibs bunting- bis Kame on i'ooU'h 
Inlet, .\lat»ka. aiul had exr».lleiil apoct. 



18 

ti. 
4 

•(t; 
.itt 

-Pi+l;- 



.Vt.ix. 
S3 



Tl*f 



:,i» 



[,0 

■3 1) 

.1 'i 
(■>',» 

( e 1 f 1 r 
lo 

and 



KIRKHAM'S GROCERY 

— rirc stor€ that-^iidiejs^^ 4h« r^quirjetnents of tbe-hoasewife. 

The store that ^ves yon quality^ ' Wfi.are here to please. 
H[EALTH BRAND SWEDISH POT FLOUR, per 

packet- : • • • u--ij_- •• • • ■ • •'^"^* 

Empress Pure Jam, Strawberry, of raspherry; 5-lb. pail . . .65c 
Maggi's Soup Tablets, complete assorluienl, per* tablet ...5c 

Crosse & Blackwell's Soup/lafge tin . . . ■ ■ -^ ■ ■ •■ -SSC 

Preserved Ginger, .larggcrock . . , ". • , 4°^ 

Robertson s Scotch l^Warm^lade, 7-lb. tin ;. 75C 

Clover Valley Creamerv Butter, >ilways fresh and "tweet. 3 l'^'-''- 

f,j,. . ; : . . '. ■ $1-00 

Picnic Hams, per lb. . :<. ^. • • • i8c 



Our Famoui? Mocha and Java Coffee Pleases .our Cus- 
tomers. Try it. Per lb. c. ... .40<' 



H. O. Kirkhiiiti & Co., Ltd^ 

Phone I78._„. ' GROCERS Cor. Portland Douglas Streets 



Dinner at Empress 
A dinner at which the erstwhile 
students of VTcfOHa'a schooTr'Vfin r, - 
unltehaa t««r'«l-rang«d -t» take i)hie..| 
on the 2l8t of Jaitiuary at tire JSinpre.s.s 
hotel. The management of the affair 
is in the hands of Messrs. Shlrwood. 
Bromley. Kane, BuUen and St. Barlif^ 
It is expected that the invitations will 
run into the hundreds in number and 
the iTTomoters are-.^ontlilent that those 
who attend will have a jolly good time. 



™^ MIKADO 
BAZAAR 



Japanese Fancy 
Goods 

Special sale fop Bamboo Blind. 
KxS. J1.25. and Gx7 75c. 

1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



WE CAN NOW-SUPPLY 
THE 

HOPPER 

for the 

Dry Hopper Food 

The Best Success in 
Chicken RancliipgJs attain- 
ed by feeding our Dry Hop- 
per Food and Scratth„£ipods. 
Try and bd convinced. 

Bannerman & Home 

Broad and Johnson 
rh.oiic 487 



mmenclng 



iiorsdapcLS 

——JJie-dMlver mlllc -dismnh hot - 
ties In Victoria West and Esqui- 
mau districta 



Victoria Creamery and 
iVliiR Supply Co., Limited 



Telephone 1344. 




~v— »..^J^ore_Permits Issued 
lUiildinK perinltK have, been isMiied 
by the buildliiK inspector to Mr??. Geor- 
glna Hale for a dwelling to be erected 
on (JladHtoiu- street t-. cost $l,t)00; to 
.1. M. Strong, dwelling on Moms street 
to e(Kst $:i200;. to Messrs. Irwin and 
l:{rovvn. dwelling on Ducheas street to 
cost 12500; to Richanl Bodies, alttyra- 
tion.s to residence on Kendall .street to 
eust $20Q and to WH'lMm.B. Ross, ad- 
ditions t&- residence on Xtl'dla street to 
cost $300. 



Victoria ...... 

-X^w Weslrninwier . . 

Kanilooi)H 

I'liiict* Uufieri 

i'ttlKiir.N-. Alia 

Winnipeg, Man. . . . 

I'urtlund, Ore 

Han l''raricl.sii). i .ii 

fi iUKCA.STS. 

[•'or 'M b"ai;:- I'nnii r. 11 in I I 
Time) Ttjesda.v ; 

\'ie(i>rin hihI \icliiln': .Mnrtorut 
frc^b \\ i'ld.-:. nui;-ili westerly 
.-iiiilluiiy. nMse«tI*'il hIiIi i'4iin. 

^.(n^ er Maiiilanii:' WiialK nutstly wcm- 
Hfly atid Moiitberly, uii.setttrd with rata, 
iiol imieli iliaiige in leniperalurc. 
SMNDAY. 

Illw-iie;<i .... I . .......... T ) I 

Lowe.Ht ' . . . .. f7 

Mean ^'^■ 

l!;iin .\^ ii'.cli; nunwioin-, ;. .uimuI'-:- 

MONUjVY. 

HlCle -t :<- 

Ijowe,'. I IS 

Mean ..t vr. -'^t 

Klin :..". iiiiii; 8iiii..^liin<j/l.2 iniPUteN. 



Blaniiets 

And Comfort^ers 



We liav 1' on sal.- renuirkable 
values ill Wool Blankets at $3.50 
$r..UO ,aud ^.00. 

OomforttTs illb-d with soo.l 
white battlnB' al i\.:>U to $3.50. 



('oinforters 



at 



I.:ider Down 
$.",110 ;uid $7.50. 

Best aoft l.'laniii'b iio Sheets Ht 
.Sl.L'.'i. Jl.ji) and $1.75. -. 



' 'Li.shioiiis at .".Oi 



and $1.25. 



G. A. Richardson* Co. 

Victoria Hoose 636 Yataa St 

Tlie i^eadjng Cash Srygo o'b^ 
Stoi-e of l!ie ("li,\. 



WHAT JCAY HAPPEW TO 
AM EMCTY "OLOY" BOTTI.E 



Was Provender for Flames. 
""patrons ot tin- Pr-i\incUil library- are 
t-ufferers by the recent fire In ihls 
city. Inasmuch as the full supply of 
tirltlsh magrazinqa and other periodi- 
cals, whlc*l are purchased tB^ough the 
\'ictoria Book & Statl6nerSr"Cb.,^.had 
reached that agency JnnJ—went up in 
smokCi A large ciollectloH oT portraits. 
of Provincial, pioneers, >^'hich hadheen 
1 eft for- -fra m i ng and which are to 
adorn Various Gfovernment depart- 
ments, was «lso In the store at the 
time at4l»e fire, but happily was rc- 
p;ovcd .unscathed. 





A PASTE rOK CI-EAW PEOPLE 

Baxter & Jotinson Co.; Lid. 

721 Yates St. Phone 730 



I ♦-»»»♦»*♦ > ♦♦•»•> •» «! » < ,aai » . '» " * '* » 



Delay in Pleading 
Al Nation, the alleged white alavcr 
arrested at Portland. Ore,, on the 
charge of having brought a Cankdian 
girl into the United States for immoral 
purposes, has asked for and beep 
granted further time In which to plead. 
The woman Jn the-, c a se- H tUL ,.,gtimtlg. 
by the accused, against whom there is, 

I howovftr, s6 much" other daffiaging- tes- 
timony t hat a plea of guilty is looked 

I for, wtdTlin appeal for clemency. The 
alleged victim Is a native «*- this city, 
froiTi which she, went with- Natloh first 

t to Vancouver and lhea.j>n to Poi'tlana. 



le Best Tea They 
HdVC Had 

I ^ tlic viray..^onC of our guests 
expressed" herself. '^ry^ it 
ymirsclf. — • . 

If there is "anyone" whoiiv^ 
you wish s|>eciaUy t6 pi«a.se, 
•,;iv' her a' box of -our " 

Ndlson" Chocolates 



CLAY'S 






Contractors ! 



HBrfhaikMa 



let US bid on 



lates' importalions From Ihma 



. fi 



Ilea' •.nd (Jenla clIU i iMlor\vea.r, 
*,»rTr). n'-«t and iljthl. i:enL.'» oy- 



,«ma« in t.r«iiu;lfui Hlrlpufld allk. Th» 
r:«».r»i tityi«» oT l;«iiutit'il einbrvt'tfl'Ted 
»11J< kiiii'mho .N'otiilt'iK mora Beautiful, 
'lb* \rj-.*'inni nilk «iiiuruldi9rtt(l Uu>lt«« 

Manr 



QOOWO 



TVKO * CO. 
I71& Government 



<i 



Boathouse .Space Wanted 



your ' 

BUILDING " 
SUPPLIES and 
MATERIALS 



■ Costly Mistake 
The demonstration of their prowess 
as mighty hunters will cost Joseph 
I.emleu.x and Harold Agur the «unt~«f 
fiu. and all because they couldn't tell 
the difference between a frisky calf 
and a deer. The two w<>nt hunting re-, 
cently and in the neighborhood of 
< loldstream assassinated tho youthful 
bovine taking It for a deer. The owner 
of the calf, Hugh McKnIght. charged 
the two with the unlawfully killing 
of the animal and the case was heard 
yesterday afternoon. The hunters will 
settle with Mr. McKnIght for the sum 
of $26, the value of the calf. 



Karly aelectlon gives 
(Il8cre<?t eholce^-^rime 



tlnie = for 

. ^ -to'change 

-.your mind as to what yo^ glvi; 
aiKl to wliom. An mirlvulled 
stock here. 

"Prices from 50c up 

t'onip HI and look around. "Wo 
will cheerfully lay atdde any ar- 
ticle -for you until the holiday 
season. Remember Xmas 1» only 
six weeks off. 

W. H. Wilkerson 

The Jeweler. 
915 Government St. - 

Tel. 1606. 



FORSALEI 



I 



IIMBEB LIMITS 



Licenses .and 
^■^'— — Grants- 



Crown 



1. 



COAL LANDS .. js, 



-Mi.- 



Up to and including 
Christmas Week, we 
have pvit Sale Prices 
(in all 

Men's Suits and 
Ladies' Costumes 

iMadc lo order, and 
g^uarantecd to fit. 
English 'Materials 



FORT GEORGE 
ACREAGE 



For prices . artd terras 
apply to 

: ERNEST BRllfl I 

rfT^- 2095 .--/-I 

. ■ dffixre:. , 



New^ Qhorai Society 
A choral society has been organized 
in the Saanlch district.- Its member- 
ship will' take In resident* . -«€-fa-tbe- 
:4:piiKucba...iif ..ViclQtift. to. .the ._j»orth and 
theorgaialKtttion headquarters will be 
tho Cellar ttill Walt, aow In the course 
jof cbnstrActton. Capt. .r'ullln has J)cen 
! the prime mover In this- and hc^ex- 
prcHScs himself confident, of success. 
|h« declares that there Is" a great doitir 
of musical "talent In »n« adjoining sec 
tlotta, thatjWb clv)rus will be trtilned. 
in choral work, win give a' eOfirce«JCkP 
two In Its various home cehtros, probr 
febly closing the Bcaion wttlS tin en- 
tertainment In th« Victoria theatre. 



I 



CHARIEY HOPE & CO. 

1434 Government Street. 
Phone. Victorii, B. 0. 



'f''»ijfS''~ 



Raymond & Son 

613 Pandora Street 
Phone 272 Res, 376 



C. II C. Payii 



11a OoloatHt. 



AGvenise in THE COLONIST 



Inqulrlea mud* by the- provlficlal 
inlhlstor ttlon, Hon. Dp, Younsr. 

,wrih>efn 10 the growUi of Tilpher 

I education In British OoInnibiH 

! that ther- •■•••■■ fi-'" '-Mr ' jrfii. :. '■■'■■ 

student.'^ Incc in attend- 

iancn al .Mc-iiill Lni " Moittreal. 

^Tiw yfigistrar-of. 'i rTniverffltti-f* 

•writes that during tlu ■■o- 

■ of 190T-S there 'were 1 iicb 

! students nt thai InHtltntlon ot learning. 

1 ile.add.s th.'it the meinherahlp-thls >'ear 

! Ill slightly Ie.s.s, althougli lie is unable 

1.. uiv the exact figures. -When it is 

ifiiiili.r renie-mbered that twb years) of 

the nnSvprslty course may now be 

i taken In Victoria, and three years In 

\'anconver, it will be seen that tliero 

pi-nfp)r«res to Be no lack of ' students, 

for th'e new Provincial University so 

. H.,.,n lis It shall h.i'.i !■< .'me a fact 

lacconiiillBhfd. 



Care in 
Compounding 

is one of tlje chief tules 'of. our 
business. Wc don't "gel-near It," 
as some careless people do, but 

w a ... i _. 

FILL PRESCRIPTIONS 
EXApTLY AS WRITTEN. 
Our Drugs are alwaXJfc puw-and 
fresh— the beat. • 

We are (-rompt in putting up 
pbysiciari's prescriptions, al- 
though igii^tl-teasonable in our 
charges. ' , . 

ii!i<(i^jiTrii'ii 

HALL:S DRUG STORE 

Cor. Yates and Douglas Sts, 



103 Pembertori Block 



«.-«-■*..*.♦* ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«•♦♦♦♦•♦ ♦♦-♦-♦ 



Best Made Knives 

forks. Spoons, and Fancy 
Serving Pieces, of the heav- 
lesf grade of plale, bear 
fhe trade mark 

•jM/ROGERS^BROS: 

It means long wear arid 
best service. Look for tliis 
trademark when purchasing. 

Btil lea itis. dishes, willtrs, 
ttc. . Jrr ifamped 
I MERIDEN BRIT* CO. 
a SOLI' nr i fin.s'; if ii i«» 

r "Sih'er TIette ihiii Wears' 



.nd 



JAS. LElCn & SONS 

Lumber 
Miils 
Foot or 
Turner Street 
Victoria, B.C. 



Wholf sale 
nelali 

Lumber 
Lath 
Shingles 
Bill Stuff 



«n<3 TnanufactUrera of all kinds of 
Knsh. Fao;jry end Pla^ilng Mill 
Goods. 



Enamelled Souvenirs 



TIkisc" li\in)4' in tar di.slaut CDiintrios al\v;iy-^ ai)i)rcciate 



<;ills <if .Caiiada'.'j-Arl Ivnamc 



/,; 



\\\- carrv a inu-l \ arit'd a^>/)nim'iii nf 
in.-, r.cll i;ucklo^ an<l I'en-, Seals, Cnfi' I 



I '. n H a' he 



II kiibls I'f Spii'iiis, l'"i„irk>. ami ^ii,L;ar '1 



I'll; 



ml 



7 



ai)ic 



Scarf 
Hells. 



REDFERN & SONS 

Diamond IMcrchaiU- 



aibl 



1009 Government Street 



IcWCllC! 



Victoria, B.C. 



PLIMLEY'S ANNUAL 

BICYCLE SALE 

Wc arc clearing out all our 1910 stock of bicycles at sac- 
rifice prices. This is an unparalleled opportunity to get a 
high-grade bicycle at a great bargain. These machines are 
our regular stock of standard makes, all high grade. 

SINGERS, HUMBERS, ENFIELDS, TOURIST 

La4i«s.'~Gents' and Juvenile Models. 



Il. i i i ri i i 



Thomas Plimley 

1110 Government street ■■'-' 

' GaTagei ja/.Sohnson Street 



Phone 6g8 



Y. MFC. A. 

Te mTpojraiy Qu^rtersy^ Blanchard St^ 

NEXT TO NEW BUILDING. UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

Reading and Game Rooms— Hot' a.nd Cold Shower Baths- 
Men's aud Boy's Summer Camps— Summer Membership 

50C per month 




ITS ON YATES STREET 

S.LVESTER'S POULTRY SUPPLY HOUSE 

Offer the best on the niarUct. Try our K.\cclsior Meal; it makes ,hens 

lay; also u.sc our Kgg Producer lylttfrtfcr— . .;' .' . ■- ' 

Excilsior Meal, per sack. .. .$i.'r5 Sffaf Broduoer, paokagre.... BOo 

709 YATES ST. VICTOKIA, B. C. 



Tor Lumber, Qnah, Boors, aiid aU Xinda ot Building: Material, go to 

The Taylor Milf Co 

- , ■ . "■ limltad Llabtlity. 

MiU, Office and Tards: 8116 Oovernmeut St., P.O. Box 628. Telephone 564. 



XMAS 

OUR CilRISTMAS 
STOCK IS READYv 
FOR YOUR IN- 
SPECTION 



Lee Dye & Co. 

Next to Fire Hall. Cormorant 
street and 107 .Fort street 



fiCfiE. 



:;^1 



VICTORIA FUEl, COMPANY. 



cost COAL 

Victoria Fuel Co. 

022 Trounce Ave. 



Phone 1377 



Smoke has no 
effect upoi\ 
Malthaid Rojnf injj 

Sulphor fumet around smelting 
plants, cat up a metal root in 
short order, and very few other 
materials can withstand UnM at- 
tack. Maithoid Roofing docs 
the business. Engineers «nd 
owners of property In districts 
tfTcctcd by these fumes will save 
money by looking: carefully into 
the mcrics of Makhoid. Wriw 
for E^ccial t>^'-tK-r- 

R.. A.NGUS 
Agent Wharf St., Victoria 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY 



i 



Paint Your House 

Wll^t-: INCITE ASE ITS V.SHI-. 

\Vn ffiuirantc'f om- wm-k, i.inl 
give 'a first cla»«-:fol,i. I^atlinatc.^ 
ir roQtiirpd, 

C. H. Tite & Co. 

].rr Klk., Johnson i^t. 
Phono 2050. 




a. P. C. A. cases of ornolty 
Inapcflor Uussell. No. 19-1. 



pliono 



The heat piri -I'I ^ 
ilanipent'd with K,!i. 
inent and bonnd on o^ 
parts Is^n^ie'rl'M < ; 

only one-tf-ntli 

nil ih'alers.. . 



'!' fliinncl 

: . '' l.ini- 

. .. . ■. t.'.l 

'I .11111 <-i>Ml.« 

I'or sale by 



Don't tririf with a cold is pood ail- 
^'lco for priidcut mi^n ;iiiil \v..in<-ii. It 
may be vital In i mi 

is nothiUK Ij'eiti I lumi » uiUnin-i l.iins 

< 'nuRh Remedy for )'OUKhs and cold" 
ill thllcli-fn. K l.M <ii» ■(- ;iul sore. For 
sale by all 'iaalcrs. 



City Livery Board and Sale Stables 



;j5 JOHNSON STREET 



The most modern, safSilary, best-lightod and pcrfcclly vcn- 
! I kited .stable in tlic" city-^frcc from draiights. 

Owing to these conditions we have no cases of InfliuMiza, 
rncumonia or other sickness, which k now very prevalent. 

HifXli-class Livery and Saddle Horses. 
Si^crial attcnliorr to boarders. ^Utcs, $20 per month, 

Ori-N .'XLL NIGTIT 
Office of C. R. RICHARDS. Veterinarian 






IN AND OUT . ""'••^^ 

>ini .sliouj'l tlirow oiH your old-fash- 

' R .«toajn or 
Tho oper- 



ioiiuil '.Mtovc ami instHtl 
hiit-xvator hiniliiiK .>^\;stcni. 
■ Hll.nK ■ I'.iMt iiP 

A MODERN 'FURNACE ,_ _ 

H \-,Tv rmnll. hut ■tU''Tf worth Is 1n- 
MiluiiM.-. 

\Vr Mill shi'lly r<Ml(J«r plnns And 

oMiiiniitPS 'for insl.Tlllni; hCMtlnic; .«iyp- 

i"in,<. \\>. nlKo repair and nialtb ready 

i't'r iiifs nintrr'a -itsc -your- preficnt sy^- 

1 1 111. 



The COLBERT 

Plumbing & Heating Co., Ltd. 



755 Broughton St. 



PHena 562 



Bayley Rubber Works 

720 VEEW 

HIGH GRAD! VULCANfaNG *_ 

Automobile Ur« -repairs ofTi.111 c;<<iifirTp-/ 
tirns. Agents for the celfbrated Mi^rgaa, 
ft Wflchl -^obby tiaad ttrta, ' 



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Tuaaday, Nov*mb*r 8. 1910 



VICTORIA DIMLY COLONIST 



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Mail Orders Pi;omptly Attended To. 



SPECIAL NOTICE 

The Bank line steamer Suveric brought us an irnmense ship- 
ment of 

Black Corded Silk Guaranteed 
Not to Crack 

If our f^uarantcf should prove wron^', we will refund you 



^ NEWS OF TH E CITY 

1.«diM of tha M«eo«bM«. 

A. roll call will be held 1* Victoria 
Hive No. 1.. Ladles, or the Maccabees, 
thi« evening. Member* will be' on 
hand at 7:30 sharpT Those unable to 
attend are uskeJ to send excuses. 



vour money. 



Our Price, per Yard, $1.40 

Other line.s of Black Silk priced up from, per yard 20^ 




510 Cormorant Street 



Opposite E. & N. Depot 




Driving Lamps 

Cold Blast L*itcrn 

Dashboard Lanterns 

Railroad Lanterns 



For Sale By 



THE HICKMAN T\E 
HARDWARE Co., Ltd. 

544-546 Yates St., Victoria, B. O. 




That Incomparable 

HOTEIr S^E 

680 feet of actual street frontage^ two 
Blocks from the Postqffke. 

Convenient' t^aff'€<Scksj-^s^^^^ 

:, - - Christ Church Hil!./ 1 . -l ■ 



$25 



/ I 



BROAD STREET 



Pen/Ingle 



THAT is the name, and 
below is the trademark, 
you are to look for next 
time you buy underwear. 

Your size in any garment 
with that trademark will 
flt perfectly, will outwear 
ordinary underwear, will 
not shrink. Yet you pay 
nothing extra for this 
extra value ; and you get our 
Guarantee of " money back 
if ypu can fairly claim it" 

Made at Paris in Canada, 
by PEN MANS Limited. 51 



I Ico To th» confines of British Colum- 
bia. 



Court Mapl* Leaf M««tin(||. / 

OtfUera and mehibers of Court 
Maple Leaf, A. O. F. aNo. 9202, are re- 
iiuesleil to meet at the Foresters' hull. 
Broad strtei, Wednesday evening at 8 
o'clock lor the yurpo.se of paying a 
fraternal visit to Court Norlhern 
Light. 



tlmates to 
at the J 



To Hold Social Dance. 

Victoria t'anton No. 2, i'atrlarchri 
Milltanl, will hold' a aoclal dance in 
the Oddfel^)W8 hall on Douglas street 
on Mond^- ovenlng, the 7th Inst. 
Good music will be supplied and re- 
freshments will be served. 



Di»credit« Retporf. 
Although press telegrams of Thurs- 
day lust from l^ondon- contained the 
statement that the Judicial committee 
of the Privy Council had dl8ml«Bed 
the apppal of the Province in what is 
l<nov{/i as thf Vancouver Power Com- 
pany case, Involving the Important 
question as to provincial jurisdiction 
over water's within Dominion railway 
lands In this province, no conflrma- 
toI^■ advice has as yet reached the 
attnrni'y-g<?TiPr»ti- fF*«c^ the provincial 
counsel at I^ioiuion, and Hon. Mr. 
Bowser is incllnod to hcllevo that 
there- has licen some mistake in the 
press. dl3patche.s.' Tlie gentlemen rerf 
resentlng the Province In the pro- 




wuhmrttftd UK tJ»» Houm/ 

.ry •ession. 



RU^T CULTURE 



Deputy MlniHiF~oT-*BrrtfUttur« At- 
' tended Sessione of Horticulture 
Boards 



Deputy Minister W. E. Scott, of the 
Department of Agriculture, who has 
Just returned from Vancouver and the 
apple show par excellence, attended 
while in the Terminal City several 
meetings of associated bodies working 
in close relationship with the Depart- 
nior\t. Of these one Is the Board of 
Horticulture, which at this meeting 
disposed of a large amount of acoumu- 
ialed routine business, and also com- 
pleted arrangements tor the extension 




Board of Trade 

meeting Of the 



Meeting. 
A meeting Of the council of the 
board of trade will be held at 10:30 
o'clock this morning, when an agenda 
paper of business, to come before a 
general meeting to tnke place in the 
next few days, will be drafted. 



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The World and His Wife. 

Mr. Williiuu P'avershum and a 
-Mrong -supp'M-t presented "The Wprld 
and His \Vif(" at tlio Victoria Theatre 
last night t.i a lasiiionable liudieftqe. 
The play, which Is a translation from 
the Spanish. Is rather stilted and not 
partlouJarly Interesting, but Mr. Fav- 
ersham and his company brought out 
the good points very succoasfuily. 



1 



Residential Property Active. 
Inside residontlal property has held 
Hie market lor the pfst week with 
considerable actlvU'y and two houses 
and lots sold on Yates street have 
brought .ijood prices. These deals in- 
volved considerations of $4,500 and 
$a,600. The lots arc situated on Yates 
above Cook., To individual settlers. 
■JO lots in the Port Hardy townsito 
have ticon sold for good prices. Sales 
of Iocs on Cloverdale avenue brought 
prices In the proximity of $450 a lot on 
Tennyson road, $1,600 «uad 2 lots on 
Prior street for $1,200.'^~— ^.=ei-- 



Annual Bazaar and Concert.' 
The Ladlesk-A.uxi.liarjr ol^the Pres- 
tyterlan church. Cedar Hill district. 
Irttnd holding thair annual bazaar and 
concert at their church, Mt. Tolmle. on 
Friday, Nov. 11, commencing at 8 p. 
ni. Both vocal and Instrumenla*.'' mu- 
sic -vvlU be a feature of the evening's 
entertainment. This occasion , in the 
pa3t has always proven most enjoyable 
and there la every reason' to look for 
n-.ucli greater success on this occasion,, 
.Arrangements are being mad°e for a 
tally-ho to leave a given place, which 
will be made known later, so that cit- 
izens who wish to do so may have an 
opportunity of enjoyingr a good time. 




Note Our New Address 

And These Door Mats 

Note' these excellent values. Come and see the Mats and 
our specious new premises. 

COCOA MATS, $2.50, $1.25, $1.00 to 75< 

RUBBER MATS, each 91.50 

WIRE MATS, $1.00, 75c or • • -^f^ 

Any Length Required at $1.00 per Running Foot 

DRAKE HARDWARE CO. 

1418 Douglas Street Tel. 1646 



SIZING THEM UP 

Copas & Young , 

Took the Measure of'^ombinc drocery^Prices and Brouglvr 
Them Down to Stay Down 

Thi.-^ We Guarantee 
Our Ads. Will Keep YoU Posted 

CALGARY RISI^IG vSUN BREAD n.OlIR- 

Per sack ...... — . . . . ^ ., , 

FINB:sT GR.^NULAt'ED SUGrAR— 



20-lb. sack ^. ^; .j. • ._■ 



ANTI-COMBINE TEX— in- lead packets--- 
3 lbs. for • 

RE-CLEANED CURRANTS— __,- — 
3 lbs. for : • . • 

NEW-SEEDED R A TSIXS — 

Large i6-oz. packet, 10^ ;. Of 6,.packcts for 

NEW SULTANA RAISINS-sr— 



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THH ARRIVAL OF H.M.CS. RAINBOW-The Youngest Mem- v, 
ber of the Crew, tlie Ship's Trumpeter. ■ | 




ceedlngs ha« 
the dispatch 
no reference 
jilsposed of. 



been heard from since 
"i'n" question, but makes 

to iltr ni.it t.r iis yet 




An 'Imperial Return. 

The prbvlnciat -govgiTiment has. .re- 
cently received, through the prescrib- 
ed official channels, s request from 
the Imperial authorities for -particu- 
lars of the financial arrangement be- 
tween the government of British Col- 
umbia apd the several municipalities, 
civic and rural, existing In the prov- 
ince, the information sought being re- 
quire.^ in the preparation of an Im- 
perial return. It la understood that 
similar information has bhen ' soiight 

from each of the Canadian provinces. 

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Good Roads Really. ' 
Vai^cotiver NlRland repr^sentpitives \k 
-the pcrsons"r^r"lPreaiiaent. C|otr{irTi, of 
the Vejiciouveif Iala,nii De^Aeildp^ent 
I^eagtre;' Mr. McGaffey, secretary of 
that organization, and; Mr. A. E. Todd, 
vice president of the lacaL-boarii-uiX. 
trade, wll] be present at a rally of the 
Tacoma Chaiiber of Commerce and 
the tacoma Icqmmerclal Club to be 
held on the ^Oth Inst, to ais«uss the 
question of "Gooid Roads."- The rally 
will be attended ■■\?y delegates repre- 
senting the Pacific Highway Associa- 
tion, the organlzatipn -which ' is en- 
deavorlnsr to have , a arritnd trunk road 
^iSiistructed ifrbm the borders of ^ex- 



WHI Confer- Witfi Expert 
'■ Tpnighf a'^siM-clHi .■n^'ellnc; orthw city 
council will b.- inJkl when iMr. Arthur. 
J-IeUlwell. who lj|k|i: been engaged by 
She city to inv.-HV?jmfoand report upon 
khe.lcUy's ^reaeny InethodB of accgunt- 
'ing and-OlTflceThanagement, wttt be 



^N.BW-£NGt^SH-M|^P PEEL— 



'or It). 



SHELLED ALMONDS OR WALNUT^S— 

■' J , 1k ^ X^, IP , - » •:* «•••••■*••••• 

ALMOND PAS^E— 

Per lb.. . . . ...i,. .' 



:pfe8ent In persoh^to jiissass with the 
council the recommendations which 
were made in the report recently sub- 
mitted by him to the counell. The most 
kmportant changes suggested 'by Mr. 
^elllwell were the fixing of one dat« 
in the year dfwhlch local improvement 
yates should be paid, instead of, as at 
present^^several dates. This would renj 
der it more convenient for the rate-- 
payers aa well as for the tax collecr 
tor's staff. The other recommendation, 
one onAvhlch there Avin be much d Is- 
(iusslon. is to the eftect that the city 
should collect tts water -'•*''■• -* 
ononths Jn^adVante- 



ratt-s ' six 



and enlargement of the fumigation sta- 
tion at Vancouver, the work of which 
has' considerably outgrown Its accom- 
modations. Additional adjoining land 
has been aecurcd on lease from the C. 
P.R., and coiiSTructlon of the approved 
extension /will go forward at once. . 

A meeting of the ilircutorate of the 
Briti.sh Columbia Kruit Growers' Asso- 
ciation wi^ also held durfftg Mr. Scotfs 
stay in A'ancouver, at which the mar- 
keting question (more particularly 
with reward to the J>J.orthwest prov- 
inces)'"waa drsowssed at length, the de- 
bate arising _^naturall55 out of Mr. .Met- 
calf's good work on the prairies as 
provincial market commissioner. The 
association enjoys the great advan- 
tage of having uprm its executive and 
directorate men of the highest rating 
as experts In the fruit industry and 
its related activities, and has since Its 
orgonlzatloji in January last more than 
trebled Its membership — which has 
grown from ninety to upw'ards of three 
hundred during the past nine months. 
The next annual meeting will /be held 
In this city during the early days of 
the approaching session of the legis- 
lature, probably late In January. 



M en'T'O'vWCtfnfforrti- 
The annual concert of the 



CANADA ■first: CREAM— , ' 
Large 20-o2^:.ciini • • ■ • 

RICE, SAGO OR TAPIOC.'^— 

4 lbs. for 25^ ; of 9 lbs, for . ; .^. 

ANTI-GOM BI N E ' LAwSSii^)?!^^ 

7 full weight bars i .V. . ..;..... ." • 

Niw-€AL;H?C>RNIA^ONEY--. : 

Per section^TT*^. . .^*<5,'«V V' • * • ■ 

N E W CALIFORKlJS^A^ Nia'rS — 

• Per 'Ib.'^^. » . ...• »■• • •»,/• ,• • •*■•* f'-ii-^r^f^*:;^ . . . . i 

. Patronize the Store of the People 

Copas & Young 

ANTI COMBINE GROCERS 
Corner Fort and Broad Strets Phones 94 and 95 



Men's 
oirBibirciasV^'the First Congre- ' 
atona l ' Ch urCir-tirttt- tal ce plaee-tlvte 
•evening at 8:15 o'clock, at which the 
following programme of music will be 

tendered : 

Part I. 
Pianoforte Solo -, Selected 

Mr. H., Da via 

«olo ...- ::..Tr8eTecfea 

Mr. H. C. Gunson 
"solo (a) "A Wmtet's Lullaby.' 

,^,.^..,..'1)6, Kewen 

^l '(b) "t'he Spring has Come," 
f . ' ;, White 

1 1 * ' Mrs.. Gleason - 
/Recitation ' ' Selected 



SE'LECmG ORCHARDS 

Five of the Experimental Areas Settled 
Upon by the Provinpial De- 
partment 



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Ang/e 



6w'UIISI1RliyCABLt^ 



Trcitie f^l^rk 



Solo- 



Solo 



Mr. 



M. /MbrrlBon 
/ 'Part/ II. 




The work of definitely selecting and 
locating the sites for "the Provincial 
Government's series of demonstration 
orchards turoughout British Columbia 
Is proceeding Batlafactorlly, altliough 
necessarily somewhat slowly, as it In- 
volves a vast amount of Investigation 
and passing upon rival claims among 
the applicants. Before an orchard is 
Ipcfifted, the officials of the Agricultural 
bepartment are requlried .to be fully 
convinced not only that the site is one 
In whlcii all characteristic condltlon.s 
of the district to be served are con- 
gregated, but ateo*^ t'hat the property 
owner upon whose land thfe orchard is 
placed and cared for, shall be ajper- 
c. X, A^»™- son of 'especial capal;)lllty iii "WelWlfd 

Dunford 

tuztr xj% 



ISlss , Scowcrcfft 

The Carnival,*' J. 1* Molloy 

Mrs. W. B. Stanelaria 

i.;.|.... .... Selected 



TORIC LENSES 

For a Larger Field 
of Vision 

Clearness at Every Angle 

p. 0^-« Box 25, Victoria. - 



J. O 



Modern Methods 



nnfl* painstaking care In , cleaning 
nml pressing men's g^armonts give 
our work the preference with/ tlfa 
me.i of care in their dress. 

Costs no more than less skillful 
work, but what a difference in re- 

huUb! 

W«'ll rail for nnd, deliver your 

orclcr.«i if you'll say the word. 




VICTORIA STEAM DYE WORKS 



844 Fort St. 



PS\«ir\% 717 



THE NEIW EMPRESS 

THEATRE - 

lias jusl/ I'lirchased a 

3ERHARD HEINTZMAN 

Whicli t)ia.kcs Five of tin- 
Leadin^^ ^/Shon- !T,ni^(>^ in 

Victoria "^ 

CANADA'S PREMIER 

PIANO 
The Gerhard Heintzman 

\ •! i; will ]-ir npprcrinlefi. 



Mr. C. L,, Haworlh 

Miw I«rilS«wciroft 

Solo .1 ........».»• .4 •'•'i.' • t • ■ • • 

Accompftni«tB: Miss E. Soowcrbft 
and Mt% H. Davis. 
God Save the King. 




Fletclier Bros. 

J^V'esteni Canada's Largcs 
Music ^nrc 

1330 Government Street 

rhone <SSs ' 



, _ Want Experinriental /Farm. 
]f**t)urlng hls-«e5H5ir Ylstr to the city 
Oovernment ^gent Ttaysan, of Alberni 
took occasion tn inforvlew the 'acting 
minister of agriculture, Hon. Mr. i 
I-t,-,v-«<'r \vTtli rt'Hrti'Ol tw Iho dPSlffO of 
,),,, v^. ■ . • ■' .;! . 'm .r,"i:-, at 

i-i"mr rfntr.-il i'" '<-iiii oi-Uict 

ihf cstabllshmeri! •^mall ex',»»";l- 

mentai farm, for i;i. purpose r ■'• oi- 
nnRtratirif? f'>r the benefit of , 
tj.-.- u,iM.i-! the eapedal suiH'.iiility 
111 c. rtiiin .irofls f"r r-ertnin or;>pS 
Orchards, and; also the- \>ir)Mir>s nf 
crnps of aU':.BDIt5;_.rhost !• •" ^- to be 
ronuu'-rctall.v' successful -i highest 
rtf'Krre.'^'Tho matter : : ,. 

I'onsiderlihle masiiUw ' m 

Mr. Rowser polntcd^rnil to 'ts fen:'nis- 
i,',=n.- rhMmnion. -Is properly ov.':' '•^r 
f, I tinn on the lines I'ug-, 

In '.\x\\ 'Nont .ihere .exists no -|.ii. -: 
rial appropriation through n-hl 'h tf- 
frTi miclit >n^ piven tn \fr. .Tliivson'r^ 
prnpoBrtl? The mlnifltor of fi-.anse 
srd ajcrl. iilt\irr viU pr'ih.iMv be ron- 
snltprl fiirther'Tii' r1^' fnatf r bef'-p he 
takes in hH«|i ;.h'5 ir.imiiig of the »h- 



Thtis itir' ^ve selections Have been 
"a eflnHie l y ' thad^ in tygch Tase - the- very 
best oftered site having (In the opinion 
of the experts) been secured. These 

Aldergrove:. The ^emonatratlon or- 
chard for theSoiith JVaser Valley to 
be locate^ upon the UlPOperty of the 

I<"Va8er':Vall^;_Nurs'^rifs r,,. Ltd. ,_ the 
.site comprLsing ftve.a<i'' " Iho .Tack- 
man road, and being a part of tho- 
(nark Brother.'^' homestead of eighty 
acres, purchfii-Sed by the Nurserlos 
company last year. The orchard will 
be lilfeinted In' the spring,, (jhleffly -iwlth 
applca' n«d pears. ■ :, _ ' 

Hamrti'and: The brphard for. t;,hl8 Sec- 
tion t. ■ M-ated on the John l^alty 
fafmK ; .nipf litlnBr^flve naCres of 
well siituiiitd land., with typical" deep 
sail aiid gerierffiUy farotablf; coHdltlonS;* 

i<ftniloop.s: The orchard of approxl- 
muloty hve acres,, presenting typical 
characteristics of the district, to be 
'located on the property of the British 
I CoTiiirihia TJ¥tt«r 'IJ«^Td;r^Iy.v■-whete--ex- 
| ccptionallv .fa,vor;tMf' rondlt!on.«i tr. the 
purposes are founO 

.SlMiBWap: The orohRrd, of ni>pro.\i- 
inatel.v' five acrf.s- of typical soil, etc., 
jtp be located on the olO I'lmno prop- 
erty. 

Salmon Arm: The orchard to be lo- 
. ated on the ranch of R. Turner, where 
all desired condilions are met with. 

The work of selection Is now going 
forward ■ with greater jnplrtity, an«» 





The Man at the Bat may 

be caught OUT on 

his third strike, 



but 



EDDY'S 

"SILENT" 

MATCHES 



NEVER FAIL to llRht the FIRST STRIKE. "As sure as the dawn of 

tomorrow.' 

c^i^ty rears nf experience have brought Eddy's Matches to tha 
ACME of " PERFECTION.. The famous "Silent. 

Also Eddy'a Paper Woodenware, Flbreware, Pails. Tubs and Wash- 
bofirds. ■ B , I . 

Mitchell Bros., Seltrng Agents, Victoria and Vancouver 



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other nnnl .sflerfions for^a number of 
dif»trlcta mity be looked for In the very 
ncai tulur^ 






PERRIN 

Famous 
wherever 
glove* 
are worn. 

Noted for 

thciiLJEit^ 

and Finish. 



GLOVES 







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COLONIST WANT ADS BRING 



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VICTORIA bAtt.Y COLONIST 

I r 11 | -|1l iiii t iiii III ll "..' ! . " ^^ 11 ■' ., ' iii* 



TuMday, NovMnbar t, 1910 



Electric Cooking Stove 



HERE AND THERE 



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slnUper their iplrlt of h««t«t Widtopeml- 
sncar And yet few can 



I "ShcMild a ^caPh^ir so after dchuol to 
I try to ftiul_o*t what has kept a puyll 
i homeV" )9 a nueHtioii that la l>eiu« 

debated In Vancouver. The Province, 

which has •> cunBtliuted iHaelt the 

champion of 'the discontented teach- 
ers of that city, anawtM-s the tiueatlon 

with a very Indignant negatlvf. Such 

work, /It derlurt'.s. Is the duty of th<' 

iruiiri/ offUjer. It is said that the city 

superinlendWnt hu.s made an arbitrary 

rule arid that the teacher who relused 

to obi y it nr to «end lt> h.n- rcalgiiu- 

lion lias right, on her Hide. 

It l.s inipossiblf without lulo\^lilK "HI giving them plenty to do, with suf- 

ih. facts tu know who is right Or | ftcient Incentive for exertion. How to 

wrong in this" partlciihir case. Man> 



aiB 

oncflf And yet few can deay the hungry 
food or the shlvwlng tilieUer and cloth- 
ing. Want must lie suiM'tiw' 'L't the con- 
seQuences lie what th^.v may. 

What 18 but a misglvinR- )t» thl»-n«^w 
country becomes a cqnvlctlon to ihf 
students of economic condltU>n8 in the 
old world. Among tho-se is Mr. A. J. 
UiLWson, who has written a book called 
•The Land of HU Kalhera." describ- 
ing in the form of a story the misery 
of the poor dlstrirt.s of great cltlea and 
showing the direction in wliich he 
thlnk..'j reform lies. He Is a believer 



Flmt Lieut. Aubrey E. IX Moore was 
on this Biation before, as an officer of 
H.M.H. Amphion, nnder fapt. Cawe- 
m»'nt, from JSDT to lK91t, and Staff Pay- 
iiia.sler KVibert A. Jinkln.s was at Ks- 
cjuinialt ou ILM.a. i'ha.cton from i,Sit7 
to JU03. With the exception of EnKln- 
eer Sub-Lieut. II. D. II. <;urry, all. the 
ofllcers have be<jti loaned by the Ini- 
Iierial Navy for tvvf) years. Thy en- 
gineer ."juh-ll>Mjtenant intends to'^enter 
the <'tti»adlaii navy. 

Cai.)t. Stewart, ivim i.s mi command of 
the Uaip.bow, was formei'ly chief of the 
naval .>itatt' at Ottawn, where he wan 



the gospel of work and ahowa that theUuce.'cded by fornmamler Itoper. for- 
voung especially can be reclaimed liy merly Hag lieutenant to Admiral Sir 

(.'has. Rercsford. lie 1/f a son-in-law 
of Lieut. -I'ul. Peters, of tWs city. C*apt. 
Stewart wu.s fonncrlv in thi- Tr..M.S, 



—SQLO EXCLUSIVELY BY 



The HINTON ELECTRIC CO., LTD. 



Government Street 



Victoria, B.C. 



v^aa 



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Esquimalt & Nanaim o Railway Co. 

CLEARED LANDS 

The Cleared Lots at Qualicum Beach, 
Newcastle District, are now on the mar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty, acres. 

For plans, and prices apply to L. K. 
Solly, Land Agent; Victoria, or L. E. Allin, 
LocalAg^ltrParksviller^^ " * ^ 



University 

FOt BOYS 



School 



VICTORIA^ B. C. 



thlfiga may, have made it Impossible 
for any teachi'^r to go on any particu- 
lar afternoon to the home of her pupil 
1(1 inak, luqnhies ap to why he was 
lu-i>t at home. Teachi.is are like all 

ordinary mortals. They are lialdi' to 
i be ill or overtired. The." muko ^n- 
1 KOffements "which it is nocixssary for 
■ t)ii-m (o keep. The letter of the law- 
does not reciulre them to visit par- 
ents, at IjWist that is the Impression 

<if th't'wiitef; without having a school 
manual at hand. 

But...wh.erj,all this Is granted it Is 
.still tr ue -that a gooditeactier will not 
be satisfied' to ha\e a pupil stay away 
from school habitually wlthoitt trytrig 
to InfJueace.tbe ,par?^t.H or Ruarilans 
to do their "^uly. 

Children who know that the teacher 
caroa enough about them to enquire 
about them when' 111 or to find out 
if the poverty of their parent.s makes 
U Impossible _for them to attend, are 
noMikcly to- sin > ia.in on any slight 
pretext, 

, ^_," _ jnisunderatandlng which 

"has wasted th'e whole year- for a pupil 
and called untold annoyance t<> the 
teacher ihlght have , been cleared up 
by half an hour's- talk w.Ith foe par- 
ents. It Is quite true that the par- 
ent has a still greater obligation to 
seek such an explanatlon.'but hi."? neg- 
lect does "not justify the teacher In 
not iiiaking- an endeavor -to "bring 

! about a better state of feeling. 

It is a pity If the appointment of 
a truant officer should weaken t'.ie 
bond, already .tf)0 slight, befween the 
schoctl and the home. The teacher 
wliTTtakMr— a-human I'titerest in her 
pupils has never great dlfficuVtA' In 
securing a gooa" attendance. Rules 
are not made or needed for such 
teacher^., ^ey are not long In find- 
ing out the conditions under which 
their, pupllfl live and they know in 
what cases a visit may do gqod. Tt 
must I be remembered that It Is the 
exceptional child who Is -often ahsent 
ahd the amotjnt of worfe a personal 
,1ncf »i 1^': when .needed,^ -wgt^-t aycggg- 
sita te is not very great. • ^ 

On the other hand, an Inquiry Into 
the life history, of the children who 
fill our reformatories and Industrial 
ai^hoolis would show -that tuisympar 
thetlc, tlme-ser>'1ng teachers . haVe 
had much to Ao with thfe ruJiOpf' 
their inmates. *' ,■ 

j He Is, not a friefad. filthe'r of ^le 

! teachers or the children, who Would 

i sijggest that the t'nae spent out . V)f; 

I school In the service" of the ptiplls'ls 
wasted or should be given grudglnifly. 



do this is often a very diflicult ciues 
tym. It is very much easier to give the 
I'ip ^^ hich 



Canopus. 
Iieri- 



THERE Wb RE 



T 



Axn 



Ten Wise Virgins 
Ten Foolish A^irgins 

ten w isc virgins did tlicit 



virgins waitcii 



hop])in^ early and got the 
uiitil the last moment and 



Tin- 
])ick. 

'i'lif ten iKiilish 
tddk u hat w a.--"' Icl'l. 

.\ ^nIall dci)()Hi will reserve a I'iano, Talkin.cj M.ichine or 
olhtr niii.sical insiruincnt for Chri.stmas delivery. 



lerhert 




M. W. Waitt & Co., Ltd. 



I'laiin and Talkini,^ Macliine ileadquaner>. 

Kcni. Manatrcr i"(M r,Mvcrnincnt Street 



GOODS THAT GUARANTEE 
OUR PROMISES 

Quaker Brand Peas, - tins 25c 

Quaker Brand Corn, 2 tins . .--^. 25c 

Quaker Brand Beans. 2 tins 25c 

Quaker Brand Tomatoes, per tin: ^5^ 

. SPECIAL 

GOOD COOKIX G .\ IT I .EvS, per box $1.00 

GOOD PRESERVING PEARS, per box 85^ 



The Saunders Grocery Co., Ltd, 

Where YdUvGet the Best and Cheapest in thg Ciiy 
Phone 28 . ' 561 Johnson Street 



WE rVT THE 
YOU LaRVE I HE 



P 



RICE 
ORK 



PORif?:' SPARE RIBS '. : 
C»OieE PIUME RIBS 



. IQc- 



BEEF 

CHOICE SIRL^OIN ROAST OF 

BEEF ... . . ■ ^2»/i' 

yVe give every satisfaction as we are past roasters in the 
mfeat cutting:. . ■ , » 



PORK OH HAM SAUSAGE, 121/2 

"HAMBURG STEAK .121/2 

POT RO.\STS BEEI^ 9= 

VEAL ROASTS, 12i/2C to ...15c 
MUTTON ROASTS, 12M:C to 15c 
FRESH TRIPE DAILY .10c 



art of 



Ideal Provision Store 



620 YATES ST 
PHONE 5.14 




The Canadian Pacific Ra41way Ji^s 

annoq,nced that It will strictly enforce 

(the rules^ against spitting in cars and 

j statioia and. other public places under 

its control. This will do much to advance 

i a most important reform as well as' to 

promote the comfort of passengers, and 

others who use the stations. Most pefo- 

ple know now that tuberculosis Is 

spread in no other way so effectua.lly 

as l>y-c€kreless spitting. Evei*>:one knows 

too t^w^t whiter' the pradtlce Is ^(Tensiye 

always and danger ous often It serves 

no good purpose 



THE 



ARRIVAL Ol' H. i\V C. S. KAINHOW— Part of Crew 
•*- Drawn lij^ to Receive the Visitors ; 



> » H » » I » II ti 1 ♦ t ft t t t ft ^ 1 ■ ■ * * * * f * ^-* ».» ♦ »»♦♦»»♦♦» ♦ ■ « » » » ♦♦ » 



than to heJphim to help hlniself. 

The societies who are taking boys 
arid girls to tjhe, oolo'nlca and giving 
thiem work where work Is needed, and 
la well paid are doing them good ser- 
vice. 

FIRST OF CANADA'S" 

PACIFIC FLEET 



(Continued from Page 2.) 



■*'*''i-.uc 



Half Term Commenced Oct. 24 

At 9:30 a. m. 

Fifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

In Spacious New Brick miilding. 

Accommodation for lo'o Boarders. 

Chemical Laboratory : Organized Cadet Corps : Musketry Iri- 

strnction: Football and Cricket: Gymnasium 

nnd Indoor Riffc Ranse. \: 

. RECENT SIK:CESSES.AT McGILL AND R.M.C. 

\\^\RDENv- 
'^— "-^HevVW. Vy.. Bolton, M.A., Cambridge. 
-'"^ — r-r^ 1 -, pRi^,ciPALS : 
R. V. Harvey, M.A., Ca,mb., J. C. Barnacle^ Esq., Lond. Univ., 
..assisted-by-^t^Rresident Staff of Uniyersfty Men. ;^ 
Knr -Pr^prctn^' App-lv -the-Bu-rsar. _ 



In our own city greater car«-liS»ould 
be observed In-thls— respect:— it».ia-;n<>t aSiJ^ 
worse than other cities of its size nor 
• ^ Jjad as a great many, ' Still there 
^^i room f^r improvement. - 



This Is the-season . of chryaanthe- 
Hiiimsnt 1^ true the rain aftd the wind 
will play havoc with the lalossoma of 
-the garden. Tftose who love the smaller 
and hardier varieties will have taken 
care to place them In larjce pots or 
tubs and to place them '.In airy but 
sheltered places. 

The florist achieves, his greatest tri- 
umphs and reaps, his greatest gains 
In the closing weeks of the old year. 
The demand. for fine blooms Is a> grow- 
ing one and It ought to pay enterpris- 
ing girls wljto have time and space to 
spare to cultivate goo'd outdoor varie- 
ties for sale.- There-1»' a great differ- 
ence Ijetiveen tbe little white artemaala 



Algerlne and the men brought ou^for 
her Trom BngluiW"'W«re transferred. 
,-Ca«*tljii_Magdalena Bay ftftr 36 
hoiirs. Ship arrived at ■Esquimau -4* 



Rainbow whren she crossed the Equator 
in the Atlantic, it came to the know- 
ledge of Father Neptune, who came 
aboard that day with a great golden 
crown on his head (papier mache It 
was really) that many men of the com- 
plement of 204 officers and men of. t.he 
Rainbow had not crossed the line be- 
fore, and It was decided to- bring these 
delinquents before Father Neptune, 
who held court where^a big canvas 
tank had been filled with salt water 
in the waist of the cruiser. The "funny 
party" rigged- Itself up In this comical 
manner In which the lower deck ha:? 
no equals, and Neptune, whon he came 
-wltTTIjis suTjporters to hold court, was 
a sight to behold. The Quee»-Of the 
Sea, with fr'iKzy hair that 4ookcd as If 
It might havo been made of oakum, 
Mrs .Neptune, arid other .alleged deities 



le- "weather oa, j)a«8age out .was 
very good Indeed, being exceirtionally 

fine except for a strong Jie_ad wind wns .i^ctivun^, anv* »..i..iv.. ,u..^o..v. — ...^.. 
between Rio de Jjanelro and Monte i that mythology never knew attended. 
Video, heavy ralp sqUalls In the' and there wore also policemen. It was 
Straits of Magellar?. heavy north- the duty of these policemen to go forth 



westerly s\<ell ,t)fitween Conception 
and M.endocino and on November Bth 
heavy south-easterly weather. 

In view of being a training ship at 
Esquimau and the consequent neces- 
sity of leaving room for the accom- 
modation of recruits, ' the Rainbow 
had to be comtplssloncd with a nitmber 
far below her pfoper complement. 
This, of course^ entails a great deal 
more work, both on officers and men, 
especially In the ehglfie room depart? 
meui_,jBLbLon It is consldereB that a 
total of 15,012 miles had^o be steamed, 
and "th'ki: "€Re stitys In harbor were 
'mainly occupied with taking In coal 
Bnd^that between Plymoutfi -and Es- 
quimalt the passage has taken only 



of eastern gardens or wlridows with 

its strong pungent scent_and tlie groat ,,„,,„„.,. ,..„, „„„„„p,.; ,. 

consetvataries. Yet each Is beautiful in 
its way. Six centuries before the Chris- 
tian era Confucius la" sa'd to lmi?>f=,ad- 
mlred the "shining glory of thiis^aowe^,' 



^_-~-Has,'Qladfat^f'» Guns 

— Thfe armament 'of the 
modern. She has two .6 inch guns, one 



Eat HONEY and You 

Will Not Catch Cold 

That's what wise physicians say. They, afiirm that, you 
should eat a winegIassf«1'eArery day. ^^^'r^ , ■ ' 

Honey, per scctioH— -r^. - 25c 

ChilHwack Honey, per jar .25c 

Bishop's Honey from California, made from every flower thai 

blow,'. — delicious^ — per jar • • -_^« • • *■" 35c 

Pure Honey, 2 4b. tin ........ .TT. 4<^c 

SPECIAL TODAY . 
EAREY ROSE POTATOES, i>er sack ^1.75 

West End Grocery Company, Ltd. 

1002 Government Street ■ •: .. Tels. 8b and 17,61 



■Mi 



Corrig College 

Beacon ^111 Pnrk Victoria, B. C. 
t;.>li'ft Hlgh-Grade Dny and 
Hoaidiiis ColiegQ .ior Boys of -s 
to 16 years. Refinements, of 
well-Hppolntfd Kpntlomcn's home 
In lovel.v Beacon HllJ.Jfark.— Num- 
ber llinJteil. Outdoor sports. Pre- 
pared for BuBineaa Llfo or Pro- 
ffsMional or University examinR- 
iloiis. l"'ee«i Inclu.slve and strict- 
ly niotloratf. A' ftiw vacancies at 
autumn term. Scplember IkU 
Principal. J- "W. CHtraCH. MA 



JAMES BAY ACADEMY 

A Private Hlffh School 

Night School 

wow oPi:w 

MrttricJUlation nn<l ( 'oimmcrcial .Bub- 
.Irrts. 

HplPndid niatrlculatioti find M '' I. :' . 
rwsults. 

Addrrx.s nil ronmi mlrat !-.ns !■> 
THE FAlirCIFAZ., 

l*hon«> 201]. 166 Medina .St. 

McClary's fitmous Stoel Ranges and 
Heating Stoves at Clarlie & Pearson's 
lail Wharf Ulreet. pear Johnson 
fiur««t, Vktiorl*.^ • 



New, Fresh and Fine 

Evap. 
Evap. 



Aprl«ots<, 
Feachea, 



15c 



|I.-T 



FiTlfiOt 

I'n. . 
Pinest 

lb. ,. la^o 

Now 'White Cooklntr Plff*, par 

111 , . . .4. ... -lOo 

Tablo Tigs, pt^ir paokft. V"". 

:,<.,] lOO 

Pauoy Tfthlo Rnlslne, jr. .• 

pacltoi 90c 

TEX.EPHOKX: 106.^ 
Try our Butterj-S'lba. .for ^1.00. 



ERSKINES' GROCERY 

Corn«r Jolmaon nnd Qiindra Kt«. 



its delicate -petals hanging around the 
centre In sheaves of golden threads, 
and Its tassels- on whllch. the light of 
the sun htt» been 'Altered ten ' thousand' 
timea^Slnce that £ar_ awaly time the 



chrysanthemumZEaaT^rougfit Its mes- 
sage of <?heer to thousands of hearts. 
It is §. brave j^s well a8_a beautiful 
Tirtwcr ami W t^afmofr-Kf^ v e t oo- ow ny ■ 
iQwtr^ardeas^r our homes, r~^^^^^-: 
■ ''■'"" " \"'''-i^'. '-:aiiii_'i,,«H«at===^~ ■■■-*»:*.■■•• • ■— ' ■ 

Is ttiere any .fear |«it-B:o6ia tJAoJile In „.^„ ^„,^ 
their anxiety to help tKose In want-.^|^ct,pi,. 
may really be doing them an. in,1ury? — - 
There arc' not, many who have done 

nxucb , charitable wot-k-'i-i'" •'■' felt 
thttt tiiorr i3 .a. ve.ry,_g_r'' ..-^r oT 

tiii ■ i liQse wh't'm :i ' -L-J-to arrive 



HOL'SCKEEPERS ! 

Tlicir nre over five Ifundroii 
J^uccpsi^ 'Vacuum Carp'i 
<'lo!inors In use In till-'' city 
(iiul X'niirioiivpr jjtviiijf oom- 
piot<» KHttsf action, t^fnt i>u( 
on trial. Prlio $::o on. 
•Write AsreJlt, 441 Oorfr* 
Boad, Vlotortft. 




Advertise In THE COLONIST 



BOWS THIS? 

We off' ; ' " I fJollars Re- 

vvHTd for !i ■ iiri-Ti {TiaT can- 

not be curi'd b.v Hnii.^ < iitarrh Cure. 
F .1. CHt:NiOV"& CO., Tolodo, O. 
V.''-. the undersigned, liave known F., 
' • ney for tlie last i.-l years, and be-' 
;iini perfectly honorable in all 
I transaction.^ and financially 

;. i iiry but any •.(ijlisaUt'Os made 

bv liiN liinb ■-— . »T 

WAI^UINC, .KINNA.V » MARVIN, 

Wholesale nruKKlJ>t». TojPdo. O, 
Hall'H Catairli Turn If i;Ui.e.n intciiml- 
l.\. (uMlnjf directly upon the blood »nd 
mij'cons surfaces of I tie >.y»-tem.. Tenii- 
Mionlnl.'< went frer. i'rirc "Ti crntw per 
bnttlf. .«'>ii| li>- nil I>r"K':ri"ts. 

Tiikc Ualls Family i'iUs fo; tfoustipa- 
tlou. 



forward, the TJtlTBrftift^ The ^ix inch 
guns were taken tron} the wrecked 
British warship Gladiator, whh:h was 
sunk In- collision with the American 
liner St. Paul, oft tJ\e Xs*e'10f . WlKht, 
The gima were salved and repaired ahjl 
were mounted ou t he.RainiiOtv after her 
purchase. They arc (iul<'k tiring PUsBa 
with direct-action lirroch rnefb;tni«Tn, 
"wlTli F2""moiiiii liff "FnVi 

aJghtSr ot high ail . : i^ower, 
are six 4;7 Armfltro«g~q»lek-flrtng guns 
with direct action brceBti rnt>chanisni, 
HtgVits 11 nd chcr4< fecoll. 
Bight aix pounders. '' ' 'iVlBH^guns. 
one three pouiuler, i xtnrs and 

thref^ field stands and a t'.voHo pounder 
Held gun.. The weapon • itself Tias yet 
Th^ canliipe and mounting 
Ib on the ax'iarter derli. Two torpedo 
tubes, four inch A.Ay.^ t"be.s, and nine 
14 iBgJi,, Marl< 9, torpp.4oea arc carried. 
Hgr:-coinpiernent-H>f-b q atB c .o n «l#ta^t 
ffntenm c*tter, a .sailing pinnace, two 
cutter.«. galley, whnler ajwl Hltiff, and 
I.ieut. Moore, first ■lieutenant, brought 
out a stefTm cutter for bis" own upe.. 
A Valued Treasure 
Krfure the l-iaiubow left l''>i i mui'^uIIi 
some of her ofllcers discovered one, of 
C«pt. ('(h>1<'h fliart.'? oT'Tlio "XonTi I'fiT 
ciflc in an «)id Imok store, and this Is 
one of tlie (reri.'^ures of Up i-i-ul.'^i^r... Tltf. 
chart siiow.'i Nnntkii on1\- on thi.s coa.st, 
VancouvcT l.Mlund aut Ix'ing iiulicatoU, 
nor the Btraita of Jua.n do Fuca. 



and seize those who had never crossed 
the line before. It were better for 
those seized that they did not resist. 
pne by one the candidates were 
brought before Father Neptune. 

"Salior, ido you mean to stand before 
His Mighty Majesty Neptune, King of 
the Sea. the fishes, and all. other things 
that drink, and say that never before 
•have vou crossed the Equator?" 

"Never, sire," said the candidate, 
and then the policeman seized him. 
On a chair he was set and held while 
attendants brought a bucket filled with 
lathfr, and Neptune stropped his razor, 
"Br^blgi wooden affair some feet In 
length. Un|brtunate' Ifie candidate 
who bpetre* his mouth to js'peak, for 
an attendant jabbed considerable, lather 
In' ft. °'*T^~^avWg""was 32c6i^ 
wltii much by-play, much laughter, and 
the chair was tipped bacl?wurd 
and the candidate sprawled baCh into 
a bath of sea water In the canvas tank, 
In which 'four "bears" made things 
none totT tilibaHanit for him tintll ho 
fought hia way out. As he dJ4 an- 
ot,lier attendant plastered him profusely 
witli blackiead and p^ltched him back 
ago In. This time; he was ftooA -alteC 
ho got past tiie "bears." 

Thej-e.„^cre many ^ftMitetsS., a.ml 
:Vtnus li • :■ the>^day the 

i...,iiL)ow cri. i:i!iiHtnr. an in- 

fefestlng' oni . J ti -.^^i^-^. 



Open Market! 

628 Yates St., Cor. Broad 



WATERPROOF CLOTHING 

MEN'S OVERCOATS 

YOUTHS' OVERCOATS 

BOYS' OVERCOATS 

MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' SUITS 



'^IWSyHlRiM 




"HE FOURTH RAIMBOW 

IM THE SERVICE 



ARTHUR HOLMES 



tingulshed herself 



atb'-ilt8-4-'fe a battle off .Portland, February 18. 
severely- -1«&3. against the Dutch, The Tt-in 



H. M-.-*l-:-"S. Rainbow bear;* h his- 
toric name. She is tlie fourth Rain- 
bow. Tlie fir.st was Et -fighting ship 
,,.of the olcl_'Stylc> or 500 tons, cftrrylnt! ' 
.250 me3i and 54 guns; 

Captain Henry Bili.n.,.. i.i.. ; ii. , 

formed part of Sir Francis Drake^^ j 
squadron for "slr^eing tb. Kintrbfi 

.Spain b.vs beard." Tliis I nied 

from Plymouth In 1587 and sank or 
took a hundred vessels at Gndlz. 



-pd Knplati'i ">'■ H.ilnbojv flew the 
flag "f '.""I I Iftiry Seymour. _ who 
cominuiid'd m detached squadron in 
the nowns. bonl Sf.ymour jrdned tl" 
riiiK "f 'b<' cnirimnntifr-in-chb'f. Sir 
i-'raucis Drake, off Calais, the fol- 



handling two of the largest gallewns 
of the Spanish Armada~~that thpy 
went ^oh the coast. of Flanders and 
wote wrecked- ■ ' ' . 

H. M' C. S. Rftliibow hau the d^tfds 
of her fnmou.«! forebears recorded on 
the steering wheel. There in letters 
of gilt o i ' i e ma y ■ r e ad'i — "Cadi?;," "La- 
gos," *'Fa^••'''" "FriH-;<le ■ TTmicnc l^." 
"Frigate M i . 

each of wlncii ivi^ u.'' sI'u-n. 
"'The ffrpt Btiinbow after Inpr pTt in 
tj,, ' the great Armada of 

Bhi:., -1 in was' one.: Qf the ves- 

sels of the squadron engaged In Fro-" 
bishor"^ --r'^dition to Brest i" l''•^ 
On Jill 1596. the "Ralnh. 

fpom ^"-Itb an exi)oiiiii"n 

under i r the TCarl of Essex 

and Lord Howard, or Rffhwham. The 
Rainbow was i^L command nf Sir 
Francis Vei-e.- fn the attack on:Ca,!|.l?- 

,1', , ■! T:--r~ "'^MRt th^ pOSt.S Of 

Sir Ft'ancls.Vero 
in ilu' liiiililiuw, l.nrd Howard. Sir 
Walter Raleigh, Sir Robert Southwell, 
Sir Ocorge Carew and Taptain CroMft: 
The Rainbow suffevod Hoverely in this 
battle from the fiv f 'be Spanish 



bow-then flew the flag of AM'-c Admir- 
al J. PeacofU. ■ 

The third Rainbow took purt in the 
action off. Lagos in 1750 in romtnand 
of Captain Christopher Bassel. It fell 
to the lot qf this third Rainbow to 
capture the Unitpn Stales frigate 
Hancock; The Rainbow rft-H the Plan- 
eock_Qn. Ju!x.Ath,.J7.TI.rf\vluin. la ciim- 
mandVf sir George, Collins, nnd cap- 
turetTTlre Hancock after a slmrt fight. 
Soon nftPTward shT- xame up with the 
French' cruiser Hebe j_>rf Isles do Ba** 
in a thick fosr,- and the two vessels 
-Wore..-.i.UmOst on each other before 
~+hey-m«de out thedistinguishing fUig!«, 
The- RHlnbew, which imd »i lie.ivy 
carro nades and '^'bicb v,ii,s in charge 
of Captain Henry f rollope. speedily 
outfought nnd cnntiirod the Kobe. 
- The fourth Rain'hnw is alAo making 
Ji^istory- she comes tT> train the latest 
coiinir>' <i 



itird itself for defence. 



irni1e\Ti moored across lite h.irbor. 
When the Sim niah Armada threnten-.j_f^«^-^.^^. ,^ ^.^^ ^,^,,^ „^^, Rainbow, 



then in command of Sir William TTon- 

T-on.^tnol^ pprt 1n' n"""**"''''* '^" Fii>nl. 

The Second Rainbow. 

The s'-cmd It.vinln.w hud fiR guns 

and carried 300 inen. She took part 



Rector Dies in Pulpit 
S.IN'T.A '■l,.\^^.^, N''V. T.-Kcv. H. 
f],. , - ' ,, , " ■ ' df Ml In Ills piij- 
pit in liie ]iiu.sco|.'.it chflTPh here 
yesleiil'iv nii>inlng while reading a 
paalni ...ngregation. Rev. Mr. 

CliiphHiu n.iK prenciiing his first ecr- 
nuui in (he church, bnving ,)uat come 
here after a p«at'<rate, of fourteen 
yenfH lii Trinity E,vii8Copai^.chiii||h at 



T? »;' !!? fF" ' ''l- ' lW ' ' ' '^' ' ''"'' ' ^'^ ' " * ^-'^'*^'^^ 






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SfMRSPfiP'^SP^ 



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' 7'- 



TuMday, NovifT»i«r 8, 1913 



VICKJBJUL PAltY iPQiWNB^ 



?E 



"MDIES' WEAR" STORE 



m 



Junior tMfiM. 
^ At North Ward Park— Oak Bhv va. 
High Schocfl. Referee. E. Bishop. 



^ 



Exclusive Modes in 

Dresses and 

Costumes 

The patronage that we have enjoyed since opening our new Ladies' 
Wear Store has more than met our expectations. The reason is: Not only 
have we maintained the reputation built up during the past few y^ears tor 
the excellence of our goods, but we have priced them so reasonably that 
our patrons have expressed astonishment at the savmgs they have been 
able to make by.purchasing from us. , 

In our stock will be found an extensive variety to choose from amonij 
the -mest exclusive Gowns and Suits, as well as thos€ at exceedmgly moder- 
ate prices, and, in every case, the prices will be maintamed at the lowes^ 
point consistent with quality and style. We have a thoroughly competent 
corps of expert salesladies and fitters, and we absolutely guarantee satis- 
faction in every way. 

7~<^loth and Silk Dresses 

Made of li-ht Aveijrhl Henrietta cloth, serge, crepe dc Chine, satin and ^rci-c "letcor all 
of them hcautifr,llv inmm^d vvith^ilk floss or band embroidery, sonic with braid, others 
Nvith contr&^ng material, such as velvet or lace. The yokes arc of net or lace, with 
longer three-qiiafter. length underslecves to match7",:6ktrts are plaw gored or pleated; 
some of them have the popular band with a plain fltfUnce. 

Evening Costunies 




NDi1h Wai'd Lacrosse Club, 
Champions, 1910, Receive 
Claxton Cup and Gofd Med- 
als—Rousing Assembly. . 



■ )Li>(*'f ''''i!'' 



Costumes for eveuing wear, for, either formal or inforrtJiil occasions,- mwlTOf dain- 
tiest chiffon, crepes, satins and meteors, also in such fashionable, matenals aS •^oGhe. 
charmeuse and laces; Others impQited;iJ3r-ilS^-c|jr?ct from the shpps of the wor d s 
fashioncentre. Fur or marabou, china 'or glass beads ami contrasting color matcfub 
a're^used very effectively in trimming, In a word, every new style is embodied m these 
gowns. Colors are gobelin blue, bisqge, salmon, gold, platiiium, gray, w«(©4'»»a. cham- 
ois browns, and all the newest sunset shades and black. 




-yir*-r 



"LAPIES' WEAR" STORE , ' 

713-715^ Yates Street Yictork, B.Q 

."*^ Just AlSove Douglas Street 



••mm 



In Sudden Emcrgcncic 




like ijiness, it is often necessary 
quickly to raise the temperature of a 
room. For instance,. in those hours 
between midnight and dawn, when 
the day temperature has been allowed 
to drop, -if' you are called upon to 
get up, the room is chilly and cold. 
It takes a long time to start up _ a 
furnace or fire and raise the tempera- 
ture by ordinary means. . 

You can instantly heat a room to 
any desired temperature with a 



both In add out of the squared circle, 
and is one who wUl make Irlends 
wherever he grofls." 

HARVESTER IS NOT 

OUT OF OPEN RACE'S 

August tJihlim. of MUwaukee, own- 
er 61 The Harvester, _2Ul. the best 
^EolilJjgfitftJJ Ion that «ver lived, last 



The i.rcsvmiitlDu uf th^ C'Jxlou 
Cup to the ineitiUerB of tne Nortli 
Ward l.u,i,TuHae Club, wJiuitra ui thu 
city chumplonalilp; U»e uwarU ot the 
handsome goW medal to «ach player 
1 Inaerulfled with that organUatlon; a 
number ol' excellt-uL boilntf bouts, and 
several muxlcal seU'utiona, made up 
the features of "» anjoyatile smoUUis 
concert held last nlRhl at. the A. O. 
U. W. Imll under Ibe auspices of the 
Victoria Club. 

It w'as a (jemiral round-up of the 
lacrosBo enthusiaaia ot the city. They 
came out i" force. In obedience to 
the admonition, "brlnj; along a clear 
head, a sweet dtHposltlon^ and a good 
Hl.I.f'tlte,\ which was embJazuned on 
the tickets sold, th? lads canne In the 
fjuite evident humor to liuvo a Bood 
time. Tiiey had it. John P. Sweeney, 
who was master of ctM i-modleH, con- 
ducted affairs with hU usual ability. 
He kept thing* moving and from the 
moment the curtain rose on a tumb- 
Unn turn liy Mefsre. Waio CarsB and 
Hw'-eney <I,po). until tlir' final event 
a threo-round mllj hetwen the heiivy- 
weiKhtP. (ieorge Woodl.- and Cyclone 
gcnttie—therc- was excitement a' 
.plenty. 

For the mo.it part the prOBramme 
W98 made up of boxing, and. whib- it 
cah't h6 said that it wa? of a par- 
ticularly sppedy character, U was en- 
tertaining to" the sportsinan in a sup- 
erlative dcKrce.- Young Pedlar Pal- 
mer erstwhile of San Franciso. l.ui 
fftr several yeara a resident of Victoria, 
und .1. Jeffs, of the .T. B. A, A., were 
the first performers. . The former. 
thouK^ a little UBhter than his op- 
ponent, Kdve a VPry clever exhibition 
And .Jeffs wa.«< isis Rood as ever, pailey 
was fast and fqilrlted In hl.-^ encounter 
with nufty. Despite his wolKht handi- 
cap he- gave the' Ksnoinmlt boy plenty 
to cio.- Seottlo Mackay. of Toronto, 
and VounK McOulrc of San Franrl»i.o, 
wore amuslnK. They appeared more 
In earnest than any of the others. 
Cteorge Woodlp. the' young man who 
is expeetwl to make a 'bid for thf> 
r?ritlsh Columbia nm.iteur champion- 
ship, did not maaei'.i particularly good 
Impressloa asalntt Cyclone Soottle. 
1 Of course it 'VWtl, «« ?«» and he 
i miKhtn't have 'trtea; bttt stin lift has 
I much to-JSarn. iiufty win hiive to 

take him under his wing; , 

— yifTOeng^-the • muak^iana JacIC3<Smlle 
' made a distinct hit. He gave several 
selections In costume. The North 
Ward quintette was "there with the 
bells." No expression BO fittingly de- 
scribes them in their performance. 
Their numbers vv*r« carried off with 
rousing abandon and the crowd did 
an they pleased. They either hooted. 





The Initial Co«t 
of Our Truss 

fH a mile mriro than of tin- oni- 

ition sort, hnt the comfort and 

Hafuty Kuaranieed nioie lli.m 
CQinpenHalc'S. 

RUPTURE 

.-ienslt'vo women and clilldren aii- 
Iin-i'late the ahHt'tice of iIim.-o 
ironblfsoMiH, (IKhy nlfap-s and 
heists. 

T. MAC N. JONES 

12 IS l'"ort Si. I'hone !•*":•. Virtoria 



I 



Cheered or happily Joined in the chor- 



us. 



V.- 



-<::iub, to t ijs p'^^"*:?' '^P"^'^. °i^ ^'^ 




Ahsolutcly smokeless and odorless 

It quicklr gives heat, and with one filling of the font burns 
steadily for nine hours, without smoKe or smell. Has auto- 
matic-locking flame spreader which prevents the wick 
from being turned high enough to smoke, and is easy to remove 
and drop back, so the wick can be cleaned in an instant. U has a 
cool handle and a damper top. ".■*,,. 

An indicator always shows the amount of oil in the font. It ^«^^,J"f ""P 
which does not need fo be screwed down; it is put ml.ke a Corkm a bottle, and is 
attached to the font by a chain. .^*„-j_-w«»-,.— /,# » n«« 

The burner body or nailery cannot become ^dge^lTijecauBe of a new 
devlL in construction, and consequently it can always be easily unscrewed m 

*" 'ThrpIrfcctionOH^keateris finished in japan or nickel. It is stfong„djU-able^ 

and well made, built for service, yet light and ornamental. • 

Dealtri Evtrywhere. If net at y^urs. wrUt for descriptiiv cimlar 
to iht mirtsi agency of tht 



Cup Prasont'ed. 

In nialtlng the prfesentation 6f~lhe 

Claxton Cup. H. D. H^lmcken. K. O.. 

.«,Eiuiii'U« Bt,«jj.iv/it V..CV .».».»...«-. 1 ^f^gp having called Alderman' Rusa 

weck^^ied HSe report sent out firorn^ Clumber, the 'Idad" of the North Ward 

Memphis. :ggffl^r—ibat.f tb ft . cha mpion . ' .;r- _...- — 

had appefltred in hls_l.a8t race and tha^t 
next season he was to be_Bent after 
records only; ; 

Mr. Uihlein said that the chiamplon 
trotter would be wintered at Memphis 
and .after a short season In atud next 
spring, he wUl again be prepared for 
an active season. Mr. Uihlein says 
the stanion w^U be entered In all free- 
for-all eve.nts that are~ ai'ranfeeS on 
the grand circuit and In addition all 
offers for. special match races will be 
accepted and exhibitions against time 
I also will bo scheduled. •. 

Mr. un^lein says he is particularly 
anxious to arrange a match race with 
Uhlan. 1:591^, as he thinks this would 
prove the biggest match race ever 
arranged^ Shoulcl this '•oveAt ever be 
arranged IL would create more Inter- 
est than any event of lt« kind ever 
Jiflolced-4tt^h& Jilstory of the harness 



pride in having been honoreiT wi0i tKe, 
duty of officiating on "such An occa- 
sion. He declared that lacrosse yitM 
booming In Vlctcrrla. His prediction 
was that It-JKes destined to flourish 
to an even greater extent. Tbr in- 
terest the lads were taking in it 
evinced that con<*Iu8lvely. He "dwelt 
on the influence of good clean sport, 
referred to the fact th4t ^ personally 
and many others he knew favored 
Victoria's steering clear of profession- 
alism, and prophesied that continu- 
ance along the present lines would 
land the Brithih Colunvbia amateur 
championship her© next year.^ Skene 
Lowe, an official ' of the club, Was 
warmly greeted and spoke enthuslas- 
tlcally, of .the prospects.^ while Aid 
Humbef dwelt on the pirogrresB made 
in. thro wing tht; parks over for rcrrea- 
tlon. which he considered the bcBIt 
kind of "mora,l reform.'! 

i™lM^...aft?laiu.Saai::wa8jianM=J3!£ 




horse game and it would go down in' 
the«&nn^l8 of gpo rt as 8. big- event. 

Besides TThlan.. there "are 1^ number yir. Helmcken to Aid Humber. who Is 

of other horses Mr. Uihlein ^ould like ^q be its custodian. 'riwm>aQh player 

to pit his stallion against and some • •• - ' — — ' — ■" ' ">'" - 



excellent match races may be lookei* 
for next season. ih4:„ , ■st 

Bd (j l c cr a; th e vetertiw drl '»^ i'% W 



Jias had charge of The Harvester ever 
since ,Mr. Uihlein purchased hlth.-has 



and the Milwaukee owned horse 
be keT)t there for the Wiriiteir. 



will 



l^ the victorious team of IfllO received 
his mrdnl. Those thus honored fol- 
low; 
Byron Johnson 



iTANDEN WILLTR 



_LUCK IN ORIENT 



^'\^'CC)UViER. 

t.n, the well-kni 



l^ive Ion the Empress 



next '-'- ■ ' 

kong. " hvi 1- '"■ ♦-'-i' ' ' ■ 

ii number of impoi ' 'd 

'ifis cleaned tip all the aspiring, n^o' 

svSights In this part of the counti 

;ind i.s I' 

'Af^hU t.. ' 

iirouifl N'iir ''O 

'. ear.«. and O-.i - "- 

uaged In a nnui 

iiing the majority iii ji.i-.; ump. iif nirt. 

I-oiile Tvong, who for/,ia ■ti*«ic.,^.;ji9_ <"on- 

'■iderrd liy miuiy critic"! to be the t-om- 

inc llKhtvvcight chiumii'jii. .An£l_won In 

f.)ur rounds on a foul. Sii,indpn made 

It InfereStlng for Long'," and would 



probably have won out had the fight 

not tormina t '-'•■- suUdenlr. 'Stendenj 

also met Bill ler, the Canadian 

lightweight cnampion., a, number ot 

lime" nnd eroi the better of the argu- ; 

der recently went up j 

AtteU,' the featherweight i 

iipion. and wa? 1 away 

I 

up nntl.'-r '■■'■■ • • '■- ' ■ ' 

vny] .ipion. 

anden should just about- make ' 



^^--■-- .GAMES SATURDAY 



. . . . .Goal keeper 

Frank Sweeney ,,'.., JCajptaih)— Point 

Joalep h pakeiTB . .-, . . > . .". . ,Cover Poln t 

I s s t ri ng |-^^ 3^ Noel -.: . . .•.'«..,.» . ..'.Irt Defence 

P. KroegfF" • • . • -Jlnd Defence 

Eddie Brynjolfs on .. .. >.. 8rd Defence 

™ ■ * * ;* • • • • t'^^ntre 

><•• •.•.». .Centre 



\beauty In I 
\\bur KitGhenX 



Have your kitchen appoint- 
meftts' beautiful as well as 
usefuL It makes th,e house- 
work easier MKl pleasanter. 

This Chattels Wor Range 
would be an ornament to the 

most richly furnislicd home 
in the countrj;. 

And there is jnst as tnuch 
satisfaction as there is beauty 
in it. 

\The Ghancelk 

is a perfect baker. The di^- 
vidcd flue spreads the lieat 
evenly oyer the whole oven. 
It has broiler top, ash-door 
guard, oven thermometer—: 
if wanted,— patent grates and 
best of all 

The Oxford 
Economizer „ 

saves you 20% of your coal. 
There's no other range design 
in .tiie country,^ which com- 
bines so much g^od taste 
with so much good sense and 
good service. 

Let us show you this Chan- 
cellor, for your own satis- 
factioru ,Wc have a complete 
line of Gurney-Oxford Stoves 
for all purposes and all kinds 
of fuel on display all' the time. 
It will give us pleasui^,^^ 
sh.c»W tltenii to you. 



FEED AND ROOT 

CUTTERS 

Now that Hay and ,|loots are so 
dear, it will 

/save .YOU MONEY 

To btiy these machines 




- 



E. a Prior & Co., Ltd. Lbty. 

VICTORIA VANCOUVER KAMLOOPS 



Football Enthusiasts 

lust have the best'good.s for the.-game,,-*nd that's what they 
get at eollistei's— an iinriv»ned .stock of the host Lnf^Ush 

Footballs, $i.5Q to «^'^X 

Football Boots, per pair, $3.00 to ^s.,xs\t 



M 



GUNSMITH 
ETC. 



J. R. COLLISTER "" 

Successor to J. Barnsley & Co. 



_ GOVT IT 
KHONE 663 




GOLF BALLS AND CLUBS 

\\c hrivc on display in our windnw a complete assortment of 

Golf Clubs, Balls and Bags 
Golf Bags. $10.00, .S8.5o,^^$7.50, ¥^-S^^ ^S-OO. $.V.^0 and |2.50 

Golf Clubs ^%^^ 

Golf Balls, 85c, 75c, f>oc and ^^^ 



PEDEN BROS. 



920 QOVERNMENT STREET ' 

Oppoiite Weiler'* 



LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 

Phone 77 P- O. Box 363 



We can aupply Juat what you want In lumber, 
■teamed alash. grain fir and the latest In fr.jat 
flush door's tht-y are beautiful. 



•asn and doora, 
doorB. Howard'* 




WBDWBSDAY, NOVEMHBa 9t>i- 

Blily ;'teii)gle" Clifford 
Pre-'-'cnts "IltiTiHelf" in 

THE GIRL, THE MAN 
AND THE GAME? 

A Merry, Ma«lcal Pea«t in two Couraei ^ 

An excellent, cast. A bevy of daiui.v 
divinities Who sing, dance and delisnt 
tli.^ eye. beautifully co.slumed; properly 
iiro-feiiti"'!. * .. ,„ 

3?rlces— 25c. BOe. TT.e. »I.O0, |l.;.0._ 
'. Seats on sale M<'iuiuy, November 7. 



TTTESSAT, XOYSKBEK tith. 

Jiihii 1". .^ locum iiniionnoe.«i 

"THE KISSING GIRL" 

Tlie fjrealest of all Musical Succasbp* 

Direct from 250 nlffhts at The Cort 
The.Ttre, Chleago, 

AJ.X. ft^TAK CAST AWD CHOHtTS 

70— SEVEWTY— 70 

Prices — ,"\(io, T.'.i-. $1.00. $1.50. 
.Seal tinlo o!)itin.« .Satiintay, N'ov; 5. 






n-OVEMBEB lltli. 

Mme. Liza Lehmann 

Tlie- Celebrated Composer. aa.slslo(l by 
an English Quartette. 

WIU -render her own compcsitlons "tn 

■A. Persian Garden." "Nonsense Sonars. 

(from Alleo. In AS'omlerland.) etc. 
Prices— Jl.OO, $1.50, t2'.00,- $2.:^'^ 
Box .dfflte opens Wednesday, Nov. 0. 



New Grand Theatre 



•WEEK WOVEMBEB 7th. 




The celebrated musicnl comejy ..sturp, 
Frederick HaUen and Molly VuUer, In 
•'..\ her^.soii at 11 n-\ '"■ ' 

The male, l".ur(iii''iin i-ci-ciil riciucH. 

Those whollv ilifft'i-enl vciKrilotiulsts, 
Alf. Camm and Xhelra, to say nothlii? 
of ■Cliurk'' in "venti llo-dt;a.nm." 

MiiHlerl.v., ni.iker of niolody, »om»ln, 
premier vUilinlst; I 

Thf damnrig JBrown Boy \\ i^lh reck- 
l*>s« fe<'t. , ' 

Thomag J. Ptloe. 

jfow MovlMgr Pictare«. 

Our Own Orohettra. . 



MAJESTIC THEATRE 



Ore»t 



THTJK8BAT, KOV. loth. 

Danji'l \'. Ardiui- pi-c.«pnt.'; 

DE WOLF HOPPER! 



"The 

aii'l d 



YATKS STHEi^T 



Proirramme Monday and Tneaday 
'o4oakoa Vow," I lassie Jndjan drnnia 



Sersf'eant." I'letiy atovy of !o\<> 
ntv, "Examination Day lit School." 



refliiffl Vnnindy. "The Maeter Mechanic. 



I'll 



Noeey," «>xeollent cou'iL-rly. jpiotute 8on» 



In His aenBfltioiii.l Soulv 



Sucic 



i <( 



made for the week-e|jd league soccer 

'■,:•' , fdl't'lVVS: '' 

First Division. 
^■. rd Piirk— North Ward 



' 111'. 

i\7'?t 



all Ihc carman 

(ins not ' 



\v(ii-ipn-r iio. \\ lii rG- 
nnd rrrty make (;i trip 
, rallA. He roflilK 

uiauj iii«-nfii uiii 111;; Ills sojourn In 
Vancouver and will carry wjth him 
th.i t-f.«t wishes of all nrf hifi tri]t (■> 



Ki^lvrfT. .\. .Sliu!iiri. 
Royal' Athletic Park- 

i :yiiui.mal! i;'*' 



■ n HUl^ — Empress ^ 
• ..rof . W. l,(irlmer. 
Second Division. 
n Mill— Fifth nefshpent va. 
Referee, R. Allen. 
>n Hill— 'Victoria W'-.-t v» 
Uoferec. EJ. R. Lock. 
Cantsen riroiijids — Eaqulmalt 
m ITill T>.rr.Toc T.. fani'p- 



Ai 

jVt 
vs. It'^a 
bell 

At WoiK 



• ini 



i fH r.-" i.-M>n \ : 



the Far East. He la a thorough spurt, f Ward. Releree. R. Morrison. 



■Sidney HuijiV)er__ 
Clarence McC/arter, 
.lames Petticrcw . 5Jtt,.»*a#:.J^ilrd Hom.e 
-H. (Tude) Sargrlson ;_..., i^. .2nd Homo 
Louis McDonald • f-.'i.u-J.- . .IsKHome 

\y. Peter Morfla Outside Homo 

Jawn V .Trdingnn '. Ontjilde Home 

A. Mel' Inside Home 

A. McOrep'T iuBlde^Hpme 

KEEN INTEREST I W ' 

BASKETBALL GAME 



•iiiilrod ycunp ; ]<\i- (i;)(I 

re, will crowd the InatXtate hall, 
dni- night to witness the first ba."?- 
kethall match of the season, v.-hcn the 
fast Hlffh school quintette competes for 
friendl.v honors with the Y.' M. I. team. 
Preparations! are complete' and gver 
'.'00 .students \ylll be on hand when 
the whistle hrinKS tlie team.*? togrether. 
The match starts at 8.^0 o'clock and 
those wLshinp soaf? .shnultl como early. 
Ni.rth The High .'^'.'hiM'rs «|iare i.f the gate 
will be utlll««<I In jfettlnsr new uni- 



A MATINEE IDOU* 

With Louise Dresser j 

w and that dandy choVuH j 
^"1,000 ^auKhs and not a single hlusiif 
N.' Y. Herald. ' ; '.'„„' 

Prices— 50c. 75c. $1.00. iu.Vt, $2 00. 

S eat sale opens TueadaV^ . Nov. Kth 

D^NCIN 

Miss Lapsansky 

wishes to announce that she has now ^ 
"taken over the Broad Stroot Hnll, and | 
u 111 hold clH.s.^es evory Tue»c ay a«d ; 
Thursday,- starting Kov. 1st, 1910^ , -i 
. Phone 1180. ■ L>i 



iirf> of fsiiriiriHinjf stronctl 



Mrs. 



Romano Photoplay Theatre 



Monday and Tuesday 
FEATURE REELS- 





Melba, Snnp; and Romano 
Orchestra ■ .- 

the cro^v(^s to the BIr 
Hlazo of LiKht. 



ength and Grace 



ricflult from "Roller SkatinR. N"o other 
form of exercl.se Is halt so pleasant and 
bencflclfi.!. Ij^suro a Roo.l time by go- 



ibt to 



Roller Skating Rink 




DraRe Hardware 
:^ Ccmpany 

1418 Douglas St. 




lURNLYOlFDRD 




forms for ,tli^ boys and also for the 
ffcncrarfuml of the school. The Y. M. 
I (,|uintcttp has not chosen their Hitp- 
up as yet. -ftii.! High School will-, prob- 
ably bS< tepregented by the following: 
Oiafk, Bettcrfon, Sicolo. }^,. Stool, > and 
Beasley. 



iL 



hote:i_ • 

STEWART 

SAN FRANCISCO 

Geary Street, above Union Sqiiere 
Just oppo'iite Hotel S:. Francifi / 
European Plan SI. 50 a day/up 
American Plan $3.00 a day up 
A new steel and brick structure. 
Furnished at a cost of $200,000, 
Every comfort and convenience. 
A high class hotel at very nnioder- 
ate rates. In the center ofth« ttie-- 
atre and retail district. On car 
line-? transferring to «ll p«rta of 
city. Omuibus meets all trains and 
steamers. Elaborate booklet with 
splendid map of San Francisco free 
on request. 

OTEL STEWART 



Fort Street 



GRAND MASQUE CABWnrAl. 

Tuesday. November 15th. Valuable 



prl/.i'H Riven. 
Phona 3317 



x^ o. rowsx.!.. 



■MM 



Crystal Theatre 

B*o*a ■«•«• 

'THK FAMlhJl* p-AVORrTE" 



■t0Bd»y« an* Tu«»«*y*« 

"Days ot '*»'\, ■_ _,-,._,.,. 

1,000 feol tlirilling we/jterB drAOM. 

, "MlstrMi* »n* ■•;**• i . 

BrllliMnt comedy. IIW© te*t. 

"Kls BakT'B ntrt." 

A touehlnir «pt««wl«. 

"AlntMt « «•»••*' „ , 

Scintillating comic. 1000 ft 
IlliiBfrated 'Son.«r— "When the 8um«vW*-j 
Days Are Gone," <Nk>,. W^n M O m ^. 

Admission 10«t C!»»ndr«n -to Mat, m> 

• I , '■"- ' i "^ 



VislbU Qraln Sapply. 
NKW yo.ftlt.,'' Nov. '7.-i-The visll.le 
Piipply of Ki'nln on Saturdhy, Novembpr 
.-., as comr{ll''d h^ the N.- wYork Pro- 
duce excliange, wust as follows: Wheat, 



tO.SCe.ftOO' bushels; Incn'RltWl, 246.004) 
bDMhpls; corn, 2.9T6.000 bushels, il«- 
creasnd 531,000 Inishels; rye, 1«,&67,0B0 
l.usbeU^ tiecreaoed 4«i.0»0'bu»b«Ur; oftt*. 



4jo,0»0 bushels. de*r«»iwd «S»^»W bill** 
els fttttl*y, :1,»«7.0»«. tetwii«l%*lc»M«Nl 

51.000 bu»h«i«. Tii5^ vtf iWMWiWiy ^ 

Wheat li^CAOftdft mimtMjf l*»#tf "-— • 

bW»heH»7*ti in&ftaM'Wf '»|i#!f)j 



"■hfi , 






/ 



VltrrOBIA DAILY COIX>NiaT 



tuMd«y, N«v«mb*r 8, 1*10 




^. 



RUGBY 



aMEi 



LACROSSE 



RUNNING 





the British Colurni)ia capital Vancouver 
and Victoria will battle for the privi- 
lege or derending- the trophy. 

"VRncouvt;r enthu-siasta are very 
ocnfUient of beating Victoria and earn- 
ing Ih.^ right to defend the Keith cup 
liert- in Christmas week. The team 
wliiih will make the trip to tlie -api- 
tal will be selected on Munday nisht 
tiller the meeting of the^' A-aiicouver 
ruaby unlon^xecutlve. Jack Jenkliison. 
the "well known TncaT feTeree.vvho^.^'' 
golnK south to officiate in the (!^alifor- 
niii Karne next Saturday, is a )neml)er 
of the .selection coninilttee, but he wiH 
not be here when tbe choice Ik made. 
- HS he leaves tomorrow, but for the 
h.MHMlt of the >com.aiittce he has made 
hia choice of what he cousidera the 
fjest team at the command _ of the 
While th.e drill of the. local' rugby .union. - 
plavers held last Saturday afternoon Mr. Jenk.n.M.n ^'^ '^, '"^J''^;,,^' 
hn preparation fon next- Saturduy's^Mc- the^ ^•?'-::'-r " „ ""^ Hne wouM b 



'rootball Enthusiasts of Both 
Victoria airci Vancouver aio 
keenly hiterested in First 
League Match. 





f Kechnie cup league match with Van- 

; couver 'was noV «s'' well--i*-tto«;dGd.""nD« 

uis sucecasful a.s ('^aptaiii, ; Xewcombe 

'"and otheV ofHcitU.') -wonkV -have likeii 

iliex all- n'4 .dawn-.hun.rtcd. . They . at- 

' tribute the failure of- soiric o«' the vet- 

erans t<> put In airi appearance to the 

txeeodirigly poor weather. But tlicre 

were enough on the field to m ■ - 

sll)le a useful gauie.^ 

There. ,\vlll_Jt)e a couple of practices. 

■""{hi's~w$.k, but.Ni2W<:-ombe, Spalding and 

others who have the arrangements In 

j hand are n ot sure of the dates. They 

- -vvm" ni : I k p a deftnil&"Trntto«ju:ement_to-, 

iitorriM\. The" horse show building," ex"- 

hibition grounds. Is 'h'^'".'- {Utea.Uli 



I with lights. etc,^...sP ' ' ''" . '^" , 
hads may haye an opportunity to en- 
' >?age in forwarff sc'rimmnge attd give 
Lthe.. teams other divi- ill before 

' the fifteen lines up ;t. ' tBe T^er- 
mlnal City st&lwarts. capttlln 'New- 
cnmbeis confident that, when the Capl- 
' tals take the field, tbey vfiU ibe "ab- 
soTutelv fit and abe toiglve the Invad- 
ers just as much, ^nd a Uttle more, 
1 ban they «Jirtlett>efte. 

^ Vancouver- Acftive 

But the islanders are not gotnar to 

..How their confidence to run away With 

iheir caution. From press reports thfey 

re working hard in Y&ncouyer in tWe 

-^sembllng of an aggregation ■ t<> -ta^se 

:he cups frrtm' this... clly. "The F*^^ince 

:-ay3: . r _, • ^ 

"Xext Saturday the attention ji^^^or 
rugby' enthusiaiSts on* the Pacific coast 
^\ i 1 1 hft. dlvided-betweeii -Eala A1.|:q^ -G&ki< 
md VictorlKTB: C, forUhe champion- 
ship of tbe Soiath -AJha tbe_JJprth will- 
i<e decideil at- thfese i>5inta. At the 
( allforhlan to-wn the Unlverslties^of 
.•alifornia and Stanford wltl aeci€o 
willed -team will come north after the 
J •Cooper Keith international irugby 

trophyr"»»*ii<''"''*«^^^**S^'^^°'''**'^'^^^^ 



tipriof.the thnMHjuartcr line would 1)6 
le&y^ff-Rf'bt-rtd -ofrthfr ' Argos could 
pliiy but ho was hurt last week, and 
may' not- be able to play. In case he 
can not go on .Mr. Jenklnaon .would 
put Owen Sawera;_<^f_'tll«»^R*^^'..i«S club 
and Teddy MelJorg: on tVuv wings with 
Charlie Lock of the Welsh and either 
Bull or Rus Johnson oC the Rowing 
club in centre. If Roberts is able to 
play-Mr. Jenldnson thinks he and Lock 
would be the proper centres. Norman 
Sawers and Byrne of the Rowing club 
afe Jack's choice for halves. The S^uv'* 
ing club forwards have done so well 
thit Mr. Jenklnson believes It will be 
a pltv to make any shift In t4iwi. i>"t 

~:.*',J^.../.+-?^.,,.^^^, .4;.Ai„„ir.n .,f Thomas 



Latlysmith and Nanatmo Ex- 
pected to be Barred From 
Island Footbaii League ~ 
Pro, Played' Here. 



men knew that l/t>fy werii ^-Ofnpfitlng 
ajrainat one of the men who plained In 
tlie i.rofesslonal series and yet they 
went out ami played, but neverthe- 
lesB the fact remains that they iilayed 
agaiuMt a professional 

.•VlM-mt two or lhr.».' " 't U.h ago onp 
of the ThlBtlf- playcrK who Ik also a 
pr-itcssional according to tlie 1^. C, A. 
.•\, Um went out and played for the 
i'rusadrtTs rugby team against the 




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i'rusadrtTs rugby team agaiusi '^""- ' _ . it, i \/' + ' 

uuwing Club at Brockton potHt aiyi' Prospects Arc that Victoria 
since tiuu tim. the Rowing Club have ^.|| ^^^ j^^ R represented in 



Fr tmnRs^BSt t&e ihclusion ...f Thomas 
aiia^As ht on Ql t h e Wcl.-^h would 
strengthen the pack." 



FIRE ! ! Bownass. Hardware and 
Plumbing, although burned out, we 
are still in business. Orders left at 
yjie Canadian- American Realty Co., 
1204. Douglas St.. will be promptly at- 
tended to. Phone 2151. * 



iV »^e Vtetort"- Book A^gtatldnery Co. 
Ltd. begs to annftunce that lt...la-JiaS!J.. 
located at the corner of Broad and 
Johnson streets (Phone No. 63 as be- 
fore) and is prepared to give i\s usual 



patrons. Goods are arriving dally. Our 
entire stock WItt-be n^w, clean goods, 
and we expect In a very' short time to 
be running. along as smoothly a«be- 
fire. We. beg to thank , all 
If 



the many kind cxpresslqfljspt ayrnpa- 
thy for our severe loss. ^ 

Those who are owing accmmts- wJtt 
do U8 a substantial service, which will 
be greatly^ appreciated at present, by 



VANCOUVER, Ni-jv. 7.— ,.\t lU^ iM-cs- 
ent tJme it appears as if the senior 
ioccer men In Ihe city will u'-vcr af- 
filiat*' with the B. CL.A. A. f, and witli 
the Ladysmith men ala'O ■knocklnK 
against tbc premier .iin,Ui"'ur body • of 
this province the interest is jiaturally 
kc<-n 'iit this staKc 

'I'lu- l.'^laii.l L'-ague will prolnuily be 
formed on the Jlith of tliis month, at 
least a meeting has been Cilljd w'tli 
this idea in v.i.^w but U ih doubtful 
if the Ladysmilh and Nanaimo teams 
will be admitted. Nanaimo have not 
yet TTiirganUed for the season but 
they will be ren.^cscnU.'d at the me-el- 
Ing and will in alLprobablllty i<tvc ul! 
the help that t'i:-y can in kncoldi.g 
the H. <•. A. .\. 1' 

The .lanu-a iiay icum. of Vloioria. 
who were ' supposed to go through 
and i>Iay the MlnorS" at/ Ladysmith. 
last Sunday, never made the trip he- 
rS'tiSe "ITfcy were scared that all their 
players would be professionalized by 
the Amateur Union and justly too, 
but. If It comes to a show down and 
the Ladysmlth team ^re hard pres-^ed 
they figure that although they plareil 
against the Vancouver "Pros." Ihpy 
are not the only team li> Frltlsh Tol- 
umhia who are profossiouals. 



competed against the Argos and l)oth 
of the above teams iviive played at 
Victoria, thereby making tiie Victoria 
teania professional. 

WTicn the rugby games are over to- 
day practically every senior rugby 
player on the mainland and Quite a 
few on the island will l>e professional* 

technically speaking. _ :- 

■' r The professional soccer at the end 
iif last season has sure put both of 
these winter pastimes In a bad con- 
dition with regards to amateurism. 
i-.-*-- — ' • 

TWO SOCCER MEN 

ARE ON CARPET 



to the ne.xt season before the preceding 
one elosos and when the curtain goes 
up they are in good shape and every- 
thing swings along in fine style. It 
should be the sii-rne in lacrosse, but il'.s 
not. The lacrosse officials wait for the 
coming of s!>ring before they do any 
mi pre for their own clubs than they do 
I for Ihe assoclatioji or game. I'lilty in 
the ranks spells'*. success for any'Dr- 
ganl'/.Htion, but the lacros3tr-wi«'iv»'hi»i'V«»« 
always been bothered with too many 
iixes to-gTlndi 4X» give much attention 
to the* affairs' of the association. It 
. . . \/ 1 was hoped to have Victoria in line 

B. C. League Against van-, next year. The officials of the H 




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couver and Westminstei 



l'',.r some liiuc lacrosse men of the- 
nu4nl>ind have been concerned over 
the attitude Victoria wcHJid assume to- 
wards the pnofessional game In 1911. 
It w:ys thought that, possibly, an ef- 
mrt would be made to put an Island 
team In the struggle for the British 
C( lunil)ia championship against New 
\v estminster and Vancouver. That a 



L.. A. expressed the belief that pro. 
lacrosse would take In the capital city 
Ij'ut the association, a.s a governing 
body of, the sport in the West, did not 
take any action in the matter and 
owalted developments. They Camo 
w hen Victoria was admitted to pi o- 
fe-ssional baseball and it Is not likely 
that thd lacrpss-.^ men \vl» attempt to 
put a profosslomrt team in the field in 
view of the strong opposition they 
would meet from the baseball folks. 

"It may be a twb-TearaaTrttTffn la- 
crosse next season. Maybe three, but 
nothing la certain along these lines, 
'hie. personnel of the .league Is not 



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Celebrated South African Run- 
ner Tells Why' He Has De- 
lermiaed Leave Amateur 
Ranks— Plans- in America 



Hurts Right Here in Vancouver. 
At •' tlie' sports lield 8.t Brockton 



'lV..Z"/\Z"Z.^^^l^^JT.-.^> >'yjr,,i^^ 



favors ahd also for, . 



the sanction of the B.. b. A .\ T'. at 
least one of the sn-called soccer pro- 
fessionals who took part In every 
game in tii^b.«erle8 last year played in 
the fJ>otbali tiJurnament and a num- 
ber of. the second division (or to be 



"eb'free^ •■ 'Vftticoa v.er Mentor- Am ateu r 
/jeagufe'e, also played agalugt this 
player. Since that time the second 
tllvlslon men luvve played .,] against 

ne greatly- aPH'—---" — - „, | every club .iii .the leas^oe and dlthough 

settling them proKiptl*. .All accounts ! they are affiliated with the B. C A. 
against, the firm -should-'be 'Bent-lH-iLtlXy IJ. they are Rrofessionala.vtiuUe na 
one *. ■ v.- -"" ■"'"'•' "^. •-'.;■">" •''^'■.''" *"" *i TiiticI^ as the Xady.smlth. teaiJfi. These 



Fox, of Empress, and McGuire, of 

Nortii Ward, Charged With Rough 

Work in Saturday's Match. 

It la probable that there will be ;' 
warm time, in a verbal way, at the ( 
next" meeting of the Victoria District 
fi'ootbaU A.ssoclatlon meetli»g. wbleh 
takes place on ..Xkursdai'.evaning at 
the Y. . M. C. A. roorns. Blanchard 
Mrects. - There • -will W''a 8trenuoii,s 
post-mortem over the 'Morth Ward- 
Kmpress game of last Saturday, which 
was refereed by Walter Lorlmer, and 
in whieh there were several persfmat 
bickerings which rar.rrod the play and 
may result in the auspension of one 
..or -more registered football rnen. 

Two, players have been reported by 
IJeferce Lorimcr tor rough work. Orve 
is l-'ox. of tile Rmpress eleven. It Ifi 
alleged, that becoming vmduli:_excited 
and peeved, ho struck McCarter, of 
the North W^ird.CIub. For this 'he 
wae . rulenj . of fl .The tiiiatter has been 
laid b9fore the fl.s.ioclfttlcjn ahd tt Is 
for, the, rcpresentatiye-s of the differr, 
eht athlelie cliiba to sa>- \v;hether he 
is to l)e prohibited from all succeeding 
gt^fnes or (otherwise. McOulre. of 
>ijdrth. Wanl. i? the other man who 
-vvlU be on tl'i- carper. It Is under 



tliird party to the competition is badly 

needed in order to «"«^^^'";^'"',';;;^ ^jl^^ i^Zv^^Z^'v^iiiUC^'^MS^y ueiiied 

ortiT Guirs'iicur tr.:^^ i -- --- ^-^ -"-' --^^- <^l^^^ 



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lool«ed on as the only reasonable source 
from which to expect an entry. There 
appears to be little hope, however, for 
.seme time. This is the uplulon of the 
majority of those who Interest them- 
selves in Ukcrosse here. "The Indica- 
tions are that Victoria will stick to the 
amateur league for yet a little while. 

The sporting editor of the News- 
.\dvertlser, in an article published on 
Sunday, dealing with the situation in 
.a general way 
correctly. He says: . 

"The admission of VTciSrrartatff 'the 
Northwestern league practically does^ 
(Way with any possibility of the island 
town being reprpsentod in professional 
.U-crosse next year. Victoria experi- 
mented with league busebalL a few 
\ears ago, but at that time lacrosse 
was the big attraction in the capital 
city and baseball was crowded out. 
However, Victoria has been without 
both lacrosse and basebaU for the past 
; two years and now that the ball-toss-" 
trs have got in first, Victoria fans will 
give them plenty of support. The In- 
clusion of TT<,-Ibrla in the leagUe makes- 
it more compact, and If anything will,- 



league next April. A second *Van- 
«ouvar club talks of going Into a league 
but so far nothing has b^en accom- 
plished in the matter of lining up tal- 
ent. (,'on Jones is scouring the East 
for a couple of home men .for his te^m 
-«rHJ -if- he lands them his" Vancouver 
team will be stroAS In every depart- 
ment, and it will take a mighty strong 
team to cope with- them. . Tbe gentle- 
men behind the other team should 
.. ^„,,„„,»^, t bear this In mind and get down to 
sums up the P'-^spect L ^j^^^^^ ^^^, Vancouver eritTmsI- 

iJMtB -want.to see another tearn tJti the 
field |n_thl8 city, but they want It to 
be a strong organization. A team AveJOl! 
up in the runping wilt command big 
gates in Vancouver and it behooves 
those interested in the oth'er^club to 
weld together the strongest team poa- 
slliUe." 



«v j.frf tj^ ^'11 I. I «- ».-(,»* |.rv ' - ■ V . s^ i^ .■■_.-. • - - , 

Rtpcitl that he 1.5- clnrKed with dirty- -addUstrenfiUv to. the. orguniKtvtion,: 



play prettv well throughout the match 
nnd »pp( ificiRlly ■with threatening a 
member fif the opposing eleven. There 
48 a poRsIbilUv thnt he. pIs\ will be 
dealt with stringently. J.. 

; Other matters ^':f. routii.e na;tttye" 
are on the tftpls. ^^■'!^' ■► -•, 



"Just what the lacrosse league will 
do next year Is difficult -.to determine 
at this time, as the lacro.sse magnates 
wvrp - rt w or' - kn own to do very much 
.hustling until the season is well under 
; f/ay. I^it the tuisc-of^basebaU promot- 
ers of that sport , are looking forward' 



Yoii ire not expei;iriSentIng*oh ypiir- 
seljC Mvrhen you take Chamberlain's 
Cough Remedy for a cold as that pre- 1 
paration has won Its great reputation! 
and extensive sjiles by its remarkable ' 
cures of colds', and can always be. de- 
pended ^pon. It is eftually valuable 
-foir-aduriw- tmifl childre'h • and -.may '-be 
given to young- children with implicit 
confidence as it cotitatns no harmful 
drug. Sold ,by all dealt;rs. 



Say, Will you meet me at the 
George's Mastiuera^- TJiiursday? 



St 



R. E. ■yValker.'' the. South African 
sprinter and Olympic champion, who 
has decided to turn, professional, tella- 
why he Is taking this step, and says 
that he wants to come to America t()' 
meet Cartmcll, and that he will al-so 
visit Canada. 'Me suys: 

"I do not think there Is any dis- 
credit in being a professional runner. 
Ihav-B found those whom I have met- 
quite as good sportsmen as the ama- 
teurs, Take Arthur Postle; I had 
tv.-o journeys over the Ocean In his 
corppany, and. found him a very gooil 
fallow, 'indeed. .lack Donaldson, too,, 
is one of the best you could meet. 
Then there is B. R. Day, who has not. 
lost caste l.y turning professional. 

"I shall, of course, go Into proper- 
professional training for the match, 
and if I can sl\ow the same abnormal 
Improvement as other amateurs hava 
tteen credited With doing after tUTnlrg 
professional, I ought to give Donald- 
son a great race. 

"If successful, I shall challenge tho 
Winer of the Hojway-Postle match, at 
100 yards, and Iw prepared to meet any 
:-of the cracks at that distance for the 
world's champl-:vnship. ,. I intend to 
vij;H Australia, if oportunlty offers, 
.laf*r on, and t;lso Canada and the 
States. I shall be prepared to meet 
-Cartmell In a series of matches, or 
may challenge for the world's furlong 
chaloiplonshlp. For the present winter 
my wish is to meet Donaldson, and 
then the. winner of the other matcli. If 
Donaldson beats me 1 shiUl challeng». 
the loser, I fully realize that I am 
aiming high, but. as the holder ofr 
many world's amateur records, I do 
not think that I am attempting ton 
much. . 

•'""ThlB season" has been a disappoint- 
ment to. me, I have never been really 
fit. A fortnight before the champion- 
sljlps I was showing evens to a first 
rate, watch ..liolder; Instead- of training 
"oitt ,1 i'Pi'eni off,' and after beating Rama- 
*■ " ■ (Continued on Page 15.) 




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I Uiih tlu' corning of the Rainbow 
j the long-pendinij' transfer of the Es- 
I rniiinalt navy yard to Canada fron) the 
\ Inippriafvgovernrsient will bo coraiilcL- 
I ed. T'lniorrow niqrnlng S. J. Desbar- 
i ats, df|>ut.\<i[ minister of the N^val 
! Service oU .(-anada, will Itike over the 
I naval yard formally from Commander 
' Vivian, of H. M. S. Shearwater, the 
senior Royal Naval officer, and Coiii- 
tnander Stewart, of II. "A. C. S. Rain- 
bow will be in eoirunand. The Do- 
minion goverpment will take care of 
whateveJ warships Great Britain 
maintains on thin station, Since 1905 
tile British Pacific Squadron ha.s been 
abullHhed, and only the slo6"ps Shear- 
water and Algerine and., the old sur- 
vey ship Egerla liave been maintained 
at Esquimalt to earrn out the worlt 
of the Admiralty in the North PaeU'le. 
Under the terms of the Bering Sea 
tfeaVy'lFe" Imperial gdvefninrat Timst 
maintain a yearly' patrol in Bering 
si-a during the sealing season and for 
this purpose and otlier work on 
the western coast of America the 
Shearwater and Algerine have been 
kept and the Egeria has been engaged 
in survey work. It is expected that 
the Imperial government wili com- 
plete its survey^ uext March and the 
Egeria will probably not be recdm- 
rni-ssionod, the report being current 
that she is to be sold out of tlie ser- 
vice. The Shearwater will recom- 
niission about the end of this month, 
the new droflf arriving ;ilw,ut Novem- 
ber 24th. 

From today Canadn will rule at 
Esquimalt, ending the occupation by 
the Admiralty, which has been in ef- 
fect since 1845 when the frigate Am- 
erica came, being lollowed the follow- 
ing year by the fleet consisting of the 
CoriTiorant; Herald, Inconstant, Mo- 
deste and Pandora. In 1S47 the Col- 
lingwood and Asia came and the 
Calypse followed in 1S4S; in all, there 
have, been, in the 65 years that the 
Imperial navy has maintained a naval 
station at Esauimalt, no less than 
119 British warships stationed at Es- 
(lulmalt. When Adnilral Blng's squad- 
ron returned from Petropavlevsk after 
the historic events off the Kamchat- 
kan coast during the Crimean war of 
1S54-6 it was to Esquimau that the 
war-crippled fighting ships came to 
re-fit. Victoria was a! smaU village, 
nothing more than a HUds^n Bay 
trading post with otn stockade.s and 
Indlan.i swarmed a.bout, when the 
Ksqnlmali; naval 'station vfhs estab- 
lishetLA .-., ,.'ir"-,. 

T-fae ^wwBl*fe ' 'AmOTi«» which- wan 
the-Orsh of Britain's fighting ship.^ 
to ainchor at EBqulmalt arrived in 
1845 and was in comand of Hon. Capt, 
John Gordon, brother to the then E^rl^ 
of Aberdeen, Prime Myister of Eng- 
land. The boundary huestion witih, 
the United States was pending. '.tt 
was the days of "flftyrfoiif or iig^U" 
The America had come to obtain 'tn-* 
formation to assist. Great Britain in 
settling this questlbh and Capt. 
Gordon spent some Unij. li^ ^|ctorla 
and vicinity. He noted thei excellance 
of' Esquimau harder and as a. result 
the station was established, tt was 
in conectlon with the boundary set- 
tlement that several of the earlier ar- 
rfvalS^^ warships pccuri*ed at Es-. 
qulmalt. ~ TliA— treaty ' whereby the 
present boundary, wast effected was 
made In 1846, and In that year the 
Oomorant, Flsguard, Canstance aiid' 
Inconstant "and surveying ships Herald 
and Pajidora were sent. \ , * , , _ 
Command^ R. C. Mayne, who C^me 
to Esquimalt lii 1846 oh the Inconstant 
as a midshipman, and Ayas on the 
Plumper ' during a subsequent com- 
mission and later oii^HVM, S. Hecate 
at Esquimalt in a book xSrllilch he piib- 
llshed In 18S2 tells some Intere^stlng' 
facts regarding the earlier day? at 
Esqulmjilt. He says the Indian name 
was "isch-oy-malt." and It was So" 
written in the early letters fit the first 
Colonial governor. Writing In lS62," 
h>e said: "In 1S49 when I was on the 
Inconstant there was not' a house to be 
secn-on the shores at Esquimalt; we 
used to fire shot and shell as we liked 
about the harbor and itilght send par- 
ties aslTore and cut as much wood as 
we Hked without lntErruRy.Qn,_ JSLh^n 
I c^me a^ln 111 1»62 th ere«vv§ s a' row 
of well kept Tun dingstto the sm StEeaVt 
point of the harbor's mouth, with 
pleasant gardens In fro^it This was 
the naval hospital" erected 'Vn 1854, 
when we wcrcat War 'with Tluasla to 
receive the wounded triym> Petpopav- 
levsRT'^'' '" ' 



site wa« «icproprtm|«< rby th« jfovern- 
ment In oonnectloa with the mount- 
Inv of the battery of 9.2 Iruns on 8tK- 
nal hill, then' begun, but never com- 
pl«te4, the pcdefltals being placed in 
pdsltipn and part of the mounts white 
the shields and other parts were left 
until this day Bcattered »l>sut.the-hlll- 
9ide, and the gunp lie In a ditch 'near 
the old canteen. Some Interesting 
memorial windows and tablets are in 
the naval <hureh. notably the tablet 
to the memory of L.leut. Heyman and 
seven men of H. M. S. Sattelllte who 
were drowned In 1896 when forming a 
volunteer boat's crew wrecked while 
endeavoring to assist a wrecked ship 
at Dutch harbpr, and a brass tablet 
to the memory of^ the 104 officers and 
men of H. M. S. Condor which foun- 
dered soon after le^vinp Esquimalt 
in 1901 with all hanis. One of the 
Condor's lifeiiuoys found on Vancou- 
ver lalan^l is hung In the church. 
Wars Alarums. 
There have been nlarms of war 



on 



various occasions at ICsqiilinall, and 
on one occasion at least tiie naval 



cidenU durtRK tl»« "tay o* «»• Il» WW"-- 
ships of 0rf«t Britain which '^ h«v« 
spent eoramlsslons of various time* at 
Esquimau. When th« Fashoda Inci- 
dent took viaca Admiral Flnnls, then 
captain lattH'- M. 8. Amphion, was In- 
structed to proceed to Tahiti and tha 
cruiser made ready to atart when or- 
ders were received .^ countermanding 
the cruise. The late, Admiral Palllser 
who commanded the station from 
1896 to 1899 made rt unique cJ'Ulse with 
his flagship, H. M. S. Impcrleune and 
H. M. S. Amphion. - Ue went to Cocos 
Island with those ships to search for 
the burled treasure reported to be 
there and, l««ded 109 m*n. The Ad- 
miralty had something to. say about 
the incident. The greatest disaster 
that bef^l any vessel on the' station 
was the foundering of H. M. S, Condor 
which encountered a heavy gala on 
Dec-ember 3-4, 1001, when bound out 
of the .straits en route to Honolulu in 
conmiand of ("apt. Sclatcr— a disaster 
In which 104 were lost. 

J^arships Stationed Hare. 
. The full list of warships which have 



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TDEUQUOIt 

CUie IN THREE DAYS 



The Neal Ingtitnte, of Seattle, a Modem, H«nd»omely Appointed 

Sanitarium, Gives Bond ^Guaranteeing Cure, or 

Treatment Will Be Free 



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The Neal Institute, 1735 16th Avc^ cOr. East Howi^ll 

Seattle 



The drink hal)it is mastered. The 
great country-wide movement for the 
redemption of men who drink to ex- 
cess ha:? spread to the West. The 
Neal Institute of Seattle, one of 43 
such organizations in the United 
States, la now administering the mod- 



ern three -da>:^ 



for this habit. 



A large number 'of remarkable cures 
have already been effected in Seattle 
since the InstUute was opened here a 
little, ptore than, a month ago, and 
prominent men have Investigated • and 
li;dor8ed the treatment. 

The treatment consists of the ad- 
ministration of a perfectly harmless 
and purely vegetable medicine, taken 
i internally without the use of any hy- 
podermic injections. 

The treatment and the method of 
a<1miriistration are coi>:eded by all 
who have investigated, to be not only 
ethical and professional, but entirely 
.satisfactory, and its sureness and suc- 
cess in all cases has been demon- 
strated arid provtn to the entire satis- 
ft.Ctlon of all concerned, 

A positive guarantee is given to' each 
patient that a perfect cure will be ef- 
fected or treatment will lie free. 

Scientific investigation has proven 
tha't liquor drinking is no,t a disease, 
but that it is due to an alcholtc pois- 
oning stored up in th.e sxBtem of the 



[jtu-Hon who has been a user of intoxi- 
cants. This poisoning demands liquor. 
So inten.se Is the craving brought about 
by it, that will-i>ower alone is insuffi- 
cient to comjuer the habit. 

The medicine, however, which acts 
ap an antidote for the poisoning, com- 
pletely eliminates it from the system . 
and thus masters the hab'lt perfectly^ 
in from — to 36 hours. This remoyea* 
all appetite or craving for, intoxicants- 
and the patient has no more desire for 
Uquor whatever. In fact he abhors it. 
The effects of the cure are also very 
beneficial to the system, the patient 
iieing left in a greatly improved mental 
and physical condition after the three-, 
days' treatment. 

Treatment is adminiatered4h''a mod- 
ern institute wherte the strictest pri- 
vacy is assured. Each patient is af- 
forded a private room, board and the 
atteTidance of both the house physician 
and nurse. 

The Neal cure; is safe, quick and 
sure. Investigate It personally. Ask. 
for our -references and testimonials, 
from Seattle, 'Portland, Victoria, Van- 
couver and other Western cities^ to- 
gether with cxidanatory booklet and- 
copy of the guarantee bond. Full In- 
■formation will "Be mailed you in a 
plain sealed envelope. Write, call or 
plAjne. 



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THE ARRIVAL OF H.M.C.S. RAINBOW-The Tender Bring- 
ing Passengers Aboard. 




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forces have been called upon by the 
authofltlfes"^at,.;VIctoria to quell dis- 
turbance.-' '.In the extiitlng days of 
the gold rash. When fleets of steamers 
came from San . Francisco landing 
thousa-nds, tUiQgs^^s%ew^_jar4|feaL - !?B 
several occasions, and one day a dls-, 
turbance was started. The governor 
sent word to Esquimalt and the Plum- 
per steamed around to Victoria. Upon, 
the quarter deck t^mpajnies had am- 
munition seirved. iorwkfW 'the ship's 
bjacksmlth,lca.st__buireta by the score, 
and'the doctor spread his Instruments 
on theiyfiTtf room, table, but th<i pre- 
parations were aH flinnecesaaPy. The 
troops were landed and marched to 
the Fort sqpare where the govern(jr 
came out arid thanked Capt. Richards 
and^ informed him that the trouble 
which had arisen over the eftorta_-of 
the police to arrest a drunken rioter 
waa at an end. 

A Near- War* > "" k ' - 




Address: The NciaT .Institute, 1735 i6th Ave., corner East 
Howell, Seattle, Wash. Phones : East, 4381. Ind. Cedar, 431 



arc mvanabiy liie choice of the discriminating smoker: the, 
man who considci,^ hi--^ company as well as hims' ' '■ i !i«ir 
mellow flavor and tragrant aroma is due to the tact th.^l 
every bale of tobacco used hasto come up to the Tuckctt 
standard before it is O.K.'d by the Tuckett buyers. Fifty 
years of expcrj.snce 1ms taught us what that standard 
ihould be. ^""~v^^^-<--~C! 

Tiickctt LiiDiicd 

Hamilton :: :: :: Ontario 



iThe F'irst covernor. . .^ . 
When the nr,Bt governor of Varicou- 
Vot.l8tarrdj_RlphardBlanc.hard, arrived 
liilsStt It was In pile of the warships 
stationed At EBqulmalt. H. at.' S.Iirlver 
and on board this yessel he.itp**'* "'' 
his quarters for a lime. The warships 
were usetl freque^ly by ttie governors 
In the early days, Vipien Govertinr 
,Blanehard left the coiony-Jre -sa-llwtr 
on_H; "J*:-^. Jt>HPhne, "VVhen CJbyernor 
Seymour visited "the northern coast 
he W4Jnt on }l. M. S. Sparrnwhawk. 
affd Wljea -engat,ed on a mission to 
i.enci^ bet "■•-■■ .•-•...- ..-:>,,..• .,•■ 



One of the most inierestfftg.elllaodes. 
of the occupation of Edqdlmait by the' 
Imperial navy was the near- war on 
San Juan IslAnd when the dispute 
arose between CJi^eat Britain and the 
United States over the possession of 
the Israhd, isubsequently awarded by 
Emperor William'tiD iJncle Sam. Wtven 
the boundary^ treaty wiM drawn up 
there wa« Ignorance of ttie fact that 
more than one chanttel existed, and 
the British conte.tjded that' tlie line 
passed ■ through Rosario straits to the 
?a8t"or Fan Tiian: wliile l-hS-tlftnid"' 
States contention was that Haro chan- 
nel" to tlie west^^was the" one; H. M. 
S. SattelUte and H. M. S. Phmiper 
were B^nt to Esquimau to make sur-" 
veya inteconnectlon with the dispute. 
Tben that pig wab killed. ' .The ,H. B. 
Co. hadj^i farm on San Juan Island, 
and several untbwai^ Incidents oc- 
curred. A dispute over the killing of 



Albatross, 187S-8; Alert, 1S5.S-60 and 
1867; America, 1845; Amethyst, 1859; 
Ametliv.'St, 1875-7S; Amphitrite, 1849- 
1856; Amphion, 1889-90 and 1897-9 and 
1901-4; Arethuaa, 1800; 
Algeria., POT. ' _ ^ 

Bacchante. 1860-;2J * '' BottavetltQr©^ 
19&4-5; Boxer,' 1869-73; Srlsk, 1853-6. 
^- Calyp.so, 1848 and 185-9; Cameleon, 
186JL .and; 4Jt^-;t^^.. Carol i ne . 1886-9 
Champion, 1849; Champion. 1881-2 and 
1889-95; Chanticleer, 1868-71; Ch)iry-. 
beis, 186S-6 and 1869-71; Clio. 1864- 
8; Cocktitrlce. 1864;- Owlllngwoo'd, 1847;' 
Comus. 1882-3 and 1896-7; Condor. 
1901-'2; Coriquest, 1886-9; Constance,. 
1846-9; Constance, 1883-5; Cormorant, 
i«46; Cormorant, 1886-9. 

Daedalus, 1850-3; Daphne. 1849-55; 
Dapline, 1889-92; Daring. 1875-8; De- 
vastation, iMl'^; OldO. 1863-6; Driver, 
1850. ,; .,„..■■ '- :•., ■•-.■.■. 

Egeria^ l8i»8-1906; ffiaplegle. 1888-91. 

yantome, 1875-8; Pawn, 1871-3; 
FlPgafdi 1846; Flora. 1903-6; Forward, 
1860^ 6ff;- 

Ganges. 1857-60; Oannct, 1879-83; 
Garnet, 1891-4; Gorgon, 1848; Graf- 
ton, 1902-4; <3fappler, 18 

Havann^h; 1865-9; Hecate, i840-S; 
Herald. 1846-7; Heroine. 1883-5; Hya- 
cinth, 1886-8 and 1893-6; Icarus, 18^9 
and 1896-1902; Imperleuse, U396-9; In- 
constant, 1846 and 1849. 

Kingfisher. 1881-4, 

Lea n der, 1897-1900. 

MaiaccaV i8W-7r"MagicIenrner''I8Fr; 
Melpomene, 1890-3; Modeste, 1846; 
Monarch, 18i)-i.r.7; Mutlne, 1861-2; Mu- 



THE CANADIAN BA 
OF COMMERCE 



HE.4D OFFICK. TORONTO 



ESTABUSUED 18«T 



B. B. WALKER, prerfdent I Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 

ALEXA5DER LAIRD, General Mjuutger I Reserve Fund, - 6,000,000 

Branches throughout Canada , and in th e United States and England . 

BANK MONEY ORDERS 

ISSUED AT TM* FOt.l.OWIHQ RATBSl 

$5 and under • ••• 3 cent* 

■» Over $5 and not exceeding $10 6 centt 

" $10 " " $30 10 cent* 

., ,:., '♦ $30 " " $50 15 cents 

~THe^ Orders are payable at par at every office of a Cliartercd Bank in CanalU 
(•xcept in the Yukon) and at the principal banking points in the United States, Thmf 
are negotiable at $4.90 to the £ sterling in Great Britain and Ireland. 

They form an excellent method of remitting small mims of money with safety 
and at small cost, and may be obtained without delay. 

r. Xt, Orawfora, llanac»r. Vlotorla BrfciicJi. ^ 



-tine. 1882-5; Myrmldom. 1873-6, 
Nymphe, 1890-5. 
Ocean, 1889-90; Opal. 1876-8; 
prey, 1877-80. 



Oa- 




Pandorft, 1846-9; Pelican, 1^79-81 and | 

,„ _.,,^. _ . ^ igS^-^l.Peiiguin. 1877-80; Petreliv 187:i- I 

a settler's pig iiUlmatcly brought the ; «,; Phaeton, ITO7-1903; Phea.sant. 389.0- 
matter to a. head.- .. Tli- ' ' I Stales ; I'tuT; rMuue, 1854-5; Plsmiper, 1857-61; 
Jniided troops, -a-nd vii, '.fiverptrr I'orUand. 1850.7.3; .. President, 1853-5; 



Douglas-learned this he sent H. Mi S 
Sattelllte to hoi«t i'"- i^nnsh'llag. The 
Tribiiiw and P! .veamrrdrThG- 

-ynttprf^ Stat eft tlx n .-^rnt .ships and-ln- 
ireased the. .troops. From July to 



Pylades, 1858-60 and- 186P-71. 

— _5cib'^ ' ' ^t>S-75; R^piilse 



Rocket , 



1872-6; 
1 ; Royal Arthur,- M93- K ; 



fTt;-TRlr 



on board »'•■ 
I being brnn,'. 
iu the i 
opi'-ned 
naval ■ 
rer! in ' 



■lIl'Wlv, UiC 1" ■ 

:ri!«Unnd bui 
■ I ' '1 ifl been 
UK- time 



;SSt,;;'the*;^o force^^e;;"!; o^^^Z: JsiL; Satemtc, 1857-«^ : 
cupHtlof,. and then the. U. 9. Ceneral I 1S''6»; SatoUUe, 1^84-5 and- 18^.; 
Scott pro,,o«ed to -avyvcfhor Douglas ' HcOttt 3 SSe-? and 18.1-3; Scylia 18-1- 
that lb- - '. .. ...tlons o,.cupy the island i 3; >shah. 1876-9; Shsnnon, 1870-80; | 

!wniv:H.. ;iumberor ti-oops. t'rov- i-i^li^-^i-wHter, 18i;7; Shearwater. 1902-1 

--••nor L'..u^„i.. refused to. agree:"' and ^ W; Sparrowhawk. l.Sti6-7:;: Sparrow-! 
Miniately on the- IT. S. troops being j hawji. lS97-,l!t03: Sutlej, 18ti;:-6fi; Swift. 1 

; reduced" to one" rx->n.panv the -British , 1S5:3; Swiftsure. 1S8:i-5 and lSg8-9. j 



w,^\rRbl|»s were withdrawn. The fnl- 
been htir- j lowing spring a detact)ment of Royal 
f i-emetrrN- ! Mnrlri".--- wpf"' .sent frOin Esciulni'alt to 



• n '.»( .1 



. ', uaa ;.>roi)oaei.t..U.'..-i;r!Xt,-.-^. 

Deadman's island, and thw 

■ removed from there being 

.. ,! .•; In 1S77 Ifi the pTese-U naval 

cemetery. 

The nnv,s .. .i.^■; ^ 1; n i.. .'-'!. rir..;!'.-?. 

WBS established at KsqntmnU iu IXtifi. 

*ati4 «f«i ©iJUed down Iti 1904 \Vhen the 



., .i;|.\ ih lelarid. Tlie occupation 
Ix.th fori cs^, continued for "twelve 

;ir,=!. and the record.*! i,t: the -cores-" 
jiimdencp. show that flic officers con- 
ducted the situation with considerable 
dliilomntle skill. There w*-b however 
seyernl Incidents "Which almost result- 
ed In Internalional friction, in fact, 
on one or two pccnsons war was 
feared. ' - .. 

There have been mfluiy notable Ill- 



Tartar, 1860|.^^; T.wir-iios. 1872-6; 
Ttrmagent, 1860; "^heti.s, 1852-3; The.- 
ti.'?,lh7y-S2; TOpaze, 1859-63 and ISOR- 
S;. Tribune. 1859-ti(t and IJT)?-!); Trln- 
comalee. !sr,ii'.iv Triumph, 1879^82 and 
1883-N: TvirMUotfio.' iSt8"-Kii. 

Virr.fT". is:.;i-;.; \'irago, isaT-lSO.T: 

\'l.xen. 1857-60. 

\\arspUe, 18M-3 and 1899-1902; 

Wild Hwan, 1885^8 apd .13.95-7, 

ZcMlouB,' lS66-t%' ■"■ ' » 

J^'at4^.^Ti»« repfetUloB. , of • a , aftliJ'a, 

name in this lliMt IndliuAtM » 



Seeing Is Believing! 

took In W. & J. •WilBon'B Window, Oo-vernment St., for a aamplA of 

Worswick Asphalt 

Taken from a City Pavement after 16 TEAKS wear. 

BEFORE THE BOARD OP »rRUSTEBS OP THE CITY OP TISAX.ZA. 

VISALIA, CAI.irORKIA. 

Staie <?f, Call torn tH, 

County "oT'Tulfire, BS: 

City of. VlS-iiTTa' ' . __ ^ -. 

A. R. Orr and M. J. B.vrnes, whTt are rpspeclivelv the president of the 
board df trustees, and the city clerk of ,sald city, being first duly 
sworn, depof^e and say, each -for himself and not one for the other: 
That lie Is -a resident of the city of Visalia, in the county of Tulare, 
state of California, and has been such resident therein for more than 
sixteen years last past; that In the year 1894 AV. H. W'Orswlck, Sr., 
acting under contra.-t with said city of Visalia, did coh.struct, and lay ' 
an asphalt pavement for s>ald rity of Visalia. in aecordanoe •with plans 
and-specincatlons therefor, prepared by said W. H. Wor.swirk, Sr. -a.nd ' 
that said pavement has been at all times and now is, used llpon the 
main ."treet of paid cltj-, and .«!ub.ject to constant and the heaviest 
Iraffle in said city, and gives evidence of giving similar and addi- 
tional servi.-p for an etjual additional period of tlm» in Its present 
jtate. I 

That said pavem<^nt has been under water for .several weeks at A 
time, during the hot s))rinK and .summer months, owing to oveirflow 
of Mill Creek, which flows through said city, said overflow an Inunda- 
tion occurring six times dulng .said period, that said pavement diirini 
all of said time has been sprinkled daily with the city sprinkling TeMjiM, 
and hoHt^d off at frequent intervalB with the city ttra hoae 4md«r tl»« 
same pressure used at fires. ^ ' -^^^.^^ 

That the within and accompanying sirccfmen^^at B«pnaH Pt^NMIjIbt 
Is a section recently taken from said Main street in the cltjT «rfVli»Wfc ^ 
to permit the. laying «Kf con\:rete -curba and «utter« alooK *^ * *^ ^-f|i 
said strcT-t, and Is a fair and uniform Bample of the #Mm« |w ^ 
that was laid by said W. H. Worswksk, Sr. aftftt h»a 6mn «> 
tions. In said year 18M. Further aet»on«nt aalth not> " 

A. H- ORR, Pr«t1dent ftf saHl So«r4 

■M. -ii- BV-JRKIBS, City Clerk oC^ilkl* iWf* 



Subscribed and sworn 
to before me this 19th 
day of October, 1910. 



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Tu«U«V. N«v*mfc«ir t, 1f10 




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,Co'.: er of Vancouver St., I 
lot 60 X 120, with 5 houses 
always rented. Price $13.- 
000, One-third ca&h. one- 
third annually at 7 per 
cent. 



Close in, corner u.t and tw 
story brick building-, well 
rented. Lot is 56 x 100. 
Price $15,000. '■3 ^-^-^1'. '>al- 
ance annually at 7 per 
cent. 



Two lots on corner, each 60 



X 120, wjtliin two i)!6cks. 
,,{ City Hall. Price $40,- 
000, on tcrni.s. 



A number . "■ lots in the 
Carnsew subdivision of 
. the above estate, east of 
Mo5S Street and below 
Ci over n in c n t House. 
Prices up from $700.00 
each. 
.__ . .'Ml. the se tots ar g' tinder 
cultivation: and lay nice and 
- kveT.' Terms, one-quarter 
cash and' one-quarter an- 
nually at 7 i)cr cent. 




FOR SALE~Thr above property, consislinp of two k.ts, cad, Tk; x 1.^0. with frontage on 
three Streets. 

Good Cottage of six rooms, modern, also small stable. 

No 'better site in the city than this for an Apartmenr House. ' -'-■ ■/:, ..,;. 

Terni'^ easy. For Further Particulars .'\pply to ^ ; 



Successor to 
P. R. Brown, Ltd. 



P. R. BROWN 



Successor to 
P. R. Brown, Ltd. 



Montg to Loan 
PHONE 1076. 



Sole .\gcnt3 
Fire Inaurance Written. Sfrea and Offices to Rent. — ^ • 

U30 BROAD STREET. , P- O. Box 428 | 



.'M»l*.iM.^. 



Watrous, Melville, Wainr ight, Biggar, Scott and Tofield 






Skatchowan, UU always .safe to judge tho future ^f^ ^^^^^ ^^«^' J«fJ,^ 'i^^ ^"j^;",;^ Thu.- who h.-ul tho frn-esight lnv«.t 

others to the C P. R. repret^ent ^vhat in a few years these new *^^ '*^^«f^**" "'''''„ '^^^^ „, ;,f»,luTty having a valu^ of many times th^lr nrigln- 
rrolVln Saskatoon. I^thhridge. etc.. a few years a^^ H i« scarcely deem.^1 ne.^ry to 

V inveament The kpid Ki-owth .and ^^K)^derful mcrease In values In th«se riew ^'^^^"'"^^ ^^ f^'J ^,^ ^^e towns and cities In Canada l-uil<llnK. «nd 
'^:J.lRcX refer to them, sufflce it is to .ay. values someih>«« f "^^«; ' V^ ^X^ fe?d ^hem ^re to^^ We believe th,e townsUes orfered to- 

inve to; who a few year's hack bought lots at $100 and $.00 each, and ,wh«^ "^^J^'^l^na^iuTil the rich ai.ric«ltu^.l territory ■ .urrounm.ni. 
Uyprel-nt one of the best chances for sura proftts "^^^an? Watimas wHh"tS"l Htlo I.ake Hunitou. Ih de.tlnod m become the Kreat healthy 
, hPHe new towns, aome x)l. 9 em nre .rich in natural '"f j'^'^^^'^l'^^^^ ""J^^^^S "^heir future 1« aasured.. Lots in the«e new townsites '^^^^"^/^P;. 
T^l;^ ^:'^^:^''^^^^'o^:'^^^^^^^^ ... .0.... ««»« t.ey ta^^n term. ..one-u.nth with ...r and 

^^^sLirrr zT.rT!.::^:t^^^'i^^^ "* ^^ Krea^.tbnu., ^.«e,^;^u. ««^. 

ber the low price and easy, terms. 




GRANT & LINEHAM 



P.O. Box 307 



633 YATES STREET 



Phone 664 



LINEHAM-SCOTT SAND & GRAVEL CO** I 
LINEHAM & CO. Jordan River. 




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Xo. 313— Cathei/ine B.M Jessie 
Streets, 240 x\iS2. This will 
subdivide into 7 rrfc^ lots. $1,000 
cash, balance at^V per cent^ 
Only .r::: :•..., $4,410 

No. 341— I Lot, Denman Street. 
Price, oil tcrnT^ . . . . . . : .5^500 

"Xo. 361— I Lot, Cowan Street, ho 
X 127. Price ,on terms, $750 

y^^ 233— I Acre on Denman 
Street. Price, on terms, $2,000 

2 Lots, Burnaby, Vancouver. See 
us Monday and secure tliis 
snap ...r.......^.... ..$430 




:ptiona^Jy ! 
Good Investments j 



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jCanadian-American Realty Co. 

f~~-3 ■.'^'' •Fred Carnc, Manager 

f _^. " , e» 4. . Phone 2161 

i 1204 Douglas Street :^...-..4____;__ 

T . - ^ ^^ , , , , , t t ♦ « " • «>>• • i « jiJL*L » * ♦>♦•»♦♦*»♦< 



Linden ^ Avcnue^Tw© J*OtS, 
close" to Dallas "Road. 
These are the che.3tpcst ♦ t 
buys on the; st!^eeti Pficc, t '■ ■ 
on terms $1,575 | 



T. P. McConnell -^ a Bouncing 

Has Moved to 11 ,. Bargain 
Suite 404 PembertonBlk. 



\\ luvf vn 



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1 witli a lull Hoi 

t m RcalJistatc, 




11 1 iofr of fearg^nst: ? 




Vancouver Street— One 
Large Lot, close; to City 
Park. Price- ,....^675 

Gorge Roa d — Close to 
-f^oiiglas Street, Tsvo Nicfe 
Lots. Quarter cash. 
Price, each . ^ . . . $i',i?K&J5 



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P. R. 

634 View St. 



Fleming 

•Phon* 2307 



15 Minutes 
of ;^our Day^'s 

Pay I 

City Lot in i 
Medicine Hat, 
Aita. 

$100 per .-lot, $6.00 caBli and $3.00 
ii mot»th, ' Now la ti»e time io 
buy. On the IrPOtoiril' f Ibor^' Those 
lo^ will iwBOh be worth $500 
. each. .1^0 w iB the time to, boy. 
Medicine Hat la making rapid 
progrtHa and Is bound to be a 
«reat cUv-* The only pralrla 
city with cheap power. Call 
and, we will gladly give you 
full Iniformation. 



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7 RoomJid House 



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$100 per lots $5.00 

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oasli; $3 M ;■> 



METCH08IN— 210 Acres •water* 

fronVltnd roa4 passing ttyough 

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10 or ilO-Wsre farms 



Only. $6500 



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not yLatifley St, victoria. B. C 

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Tn .. thel Tbak Bay district, com- 
plete \VUW or wlthont the fur- 
niture. The roomH are largo' and 
Include diniiiK and drawing room, 
kitchen- (iirid summer kitchen, 3 
beclrbonls and den, hathrpom, 
lavatory, Chlnamah".s roio,i;n, two 
large hulls. Fine two story barn 
or garage. Slj^e of grounds l:iO x 
1S&.' lawn, fru!t^..«nd (lowers. 
House Is benutlfully furnishpa 
throughout and inrludes a Mason 
& Risch Baby Grand and Tinn- 
ola. The owner l« leaving the city 
and must sell Immeaintely. 

" PRICE VERY REASONABLE 

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A.W.JONES, LIMITED 

Have opened offices at lOiprg^dSt. 

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And desire' to .nbtH)^ all persons having' documents in their 
' custody that the contents of their vault were uninjured 
, , by the recent fire. 




Roonn* 5 
BROAD ST. 



ind 6 Grena Blk 
Cor. TROUNCE AL 



Salt Water Front 



aoo Acre* with over H mile .•'alt: 
wiitfT front, on gooit hnrbor 
witli dofp wai>^r, aiindy Ix-ac-li ; 
good land, with ror^d at btick of 
entire block, three mlmitt'.'^ 
walk from K K- S. .ndlway. 
Price $38 p(>r acre, lialf ^-lUiU. 

Aleo, 105 acres, 10 acres under 
'cultivation. 20 acrcH eaHlly 
cleared; good hovis^-. barn nnd 

^utbulM lng«,. I^,'" " ' !"»<", Z'^l^u 
from station; $6,000, oi.«y temia 



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Nice l^ingftlow fronting on Be.i- 
con Hill Park, and lot runs 
tliroufjli tn next .street, on easy 
tfrii).«. Price $4,500, (a enap.) 

•\ biisinoH." lot on .lohhsori St., 
wlicre' t)i<> bridge will be; easy 
trrm.^; $13,500. 

Nice lot In Oak Mn>-. $sa5. 
To Let — 6 room hiMi.'^<>. $30.00. 

A. GILSON. 

rban* 1388. r. O. Bo« «S& 

S«al Xiatats AfSBt. 

704 TAXBS ST. 



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New Sixi'pom House, "n l,<,i 
Full basement, fucnacc heated 

,,,,,, fireplace^-. I'.'.Ti-vlbinf: slridlv moficrn. 

The Price Is Absurdly Low, But 
Owner Must Sell 



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<ir'cd I0I. n <na]i at $1,350. $250 cash, $1 5 per monlli 

WATCH OUR SUBDIVISION IN SOVEREIGN 

PLACE 

LOTS ironiJ75o^_to $1,000. 



$4,200.00 



VVE BEG TO NOTIFY OUR CUENTi^ALL TinnR BEEDS IX OUR POSSESSION, 

^rt,. i;^f at Vhe time of the fire. It is~fiattirally in a depleted 
S ™r SV-iteJrt by listing tlieir property with us trntnediately. 

Slt^i?^ ft:^"!r^^ ^-'^»:a^'r:yi^^™, capi.a«s »„. 

IvcSfr'verv l,n,„e,l n.„„her .( «o,.a b„y,s ro<„.i, ing a capital of fro,. ¥25 .0 ?20,000. 
Money to l."»'' ^1'"" '-"""^^ ARreemonts of Sale Bottght, Insurance Wrttten. ' 



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TO SEE THIS IS TO BUY 

Use Our Phone, 1104, and Let Us Show You 



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Office X<> K, Hiliben Block. Tel. 714. 



Royal Realty Company 

1216 BROAD STREET 




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Suite 405-6 Pcmberton Bldck t ;; T" ^,^ a Tf \/ /'^/^T /^XTIC" 

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Prices"$500 to $700 Each 

EASY TERMS Ob' 'PAYMENT, 

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Is voui" t'urniluic iiiMirnl.' • 

]{ not — let ihc laic lire irimml \'".i thai, it i- wi-e to protect yourseH 
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620 FORT STREET, VICTORIA, B. a _ 



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1206 Government Street, Victoria, B.C. 






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Here Is a Property for a Purchaser 

With .aJixen eye to advancing values! . ^ 

COWICHAN LAKE./. \ 

The Route of thu Canadian Nprth€fh'"^^^ 

i 87 Axresjfnelfly pne mile take f^ 
Large creek traverses same.- . . ^ 

PRICE $10,000— TERMS 



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GREEN & BURDICK BROS. 

REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 



Cor. Broughto n a n d "L>angley Streets 



Phone 1 518 



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-I have a lot for sal^ fronting on two rtiaiji thoroughfares in the heart of the city. For a quick turnover this can isepur- 

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Fire, Marine a^hd 



P. O. Box 167 



Arthur coles 

REAL. EST ATEr-INSURANCE AND FIN AN CI AL AGENT 

y., i205^^BroacrStreet, Next to Cblonist'C5!ficer^ T"""^ 



Accident Insurance. 



Telephone ,65 



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E. A. Harris & Co 



1 1 09 Langley Street 



I A Few Balfour Patent Shares For Sale at $5 

Esquimalt — Five acres, river frontage, all good soil, suitable 
for country residence. On terms "- $3,250 

Yates St-, -East, of Vancouver— Lot 60 x 120. Easy terms 

Price . ...,.., jL_^15Ji^ 

i Lake District— 31 acres, all citTlivated. in fruit trees» New Six- 
f, roomed Modern House, barns, stables,, ct<:,^ji,ear road and 

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FOR SALE 

183 X 320 on' "Old Esquimalt Rd^- 
close to Lampson .street. Onfr^ J " 
third cash, price $270a f' 

Two lota 50 X 110 Odar HIU Rd. 

. within city limits. On easy f " 



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terms, <each ?250 

R. B. PIJNNETT 



Hoom 10, Mahon Block, Victoria. , , 



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$350 Cash 
And $25 Per Month 

WlU buy 5 acreb, cleared lutvd, 
3" roomed house and outbuild- 
butldings. Price $3500. 




ALBERT TOLLER & CO. 

Mi YatM at, . , 



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Company 



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Bargaiii on Cook Street 

Corner Lot, 53 feet frontage, close to BeScon Hill Park ■And- 
sea. .\H modern convenience^ on street : asphalL roadway, 
cement sidewalks and boulevards being laid. Car passes. 
Price, on. terms, only .,. . . : - $1,200 



Rentiiii^ Is Unsatisfactory i 



WILLIAM MONTEITH 

t . Real Estate Lo?in? Insurance 

t Chancery Chambers 12 18 Langley Street 



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Lots al'e on Lyall and ^ ![ 
I y ievvlield .Streets, ju&t 



r Price $525 cacli.i? ji- 




-Advertise in the Daily 

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ON THE CORNER OF KIND'S ROAD AND WORK STREET, within 
walking di8tanc£_of your work, we havo -ar new house that is a bar- 
gain: 4 bedlrOOms, reception hal 1, parlor,, dining room with sideboard. ''\ ',[ 
kitchen, panfry, sc?ull«ry, bath, 2 toilets. Bathroom finished In ce- 
ment and enamel. The basement has a concrete floor and laundry 
tubs and a first class furnace is Installed, concrete foundation,, con- 
crete sidewalks, etc., etc, and buUt In first class stylo, we can re- J 
commend thin house to you. . The terms are $250 cash and the bal 
fence at $25 per month. • , Z . ' 



Offers three toljr, blocks of laftd 
on Sooke jlver with tlie new 
railroad cuttlns right through. 

ISO Acres— Rt.vcr flat, bench and. 

interior btll lands, "^ at per 

acre .f36.00 

VtO AOMs, with timber WorUi 

' the price, per acre $30.00 

i, 307 Acres, win cut up at \>\k. 

profit ,S60.00 



PRICE $3,300 

LOT ON VIEW STREET, <Mos« in, $6,500. This woeTs only. 



SMALL BUYS BUT j 

BIG BARGAINS 



No, io75-'-Lot on Montrose 
Avenue, high and ".sightly. 
Terms .. " .....$475 



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No, 1242b — Lot on Mos.s 
Street,^ south of May, high 
and beautiful, good value : 

„ ' aiitf- terms ,....,.., $900 



No. 1^45 — A pair of beauties, 
big and s%htly. A corner 
between Linden and "(ftiok, 
4^*kfield Estate^ ..$2,350 



No. 1242a — On May Street,, 
near Moss, finenot, 60x100, 
high gfound. Easv terras. J 
'..$750 ♦ 



No. 1244a — Fine Jot, just a + 

step from Gjty Park and i 

GprgCj' (5n terms like bor- | 

' r0%mg» "at '''$735 t 



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REALTY AND TIMI'/ER. 
'Room II, Mahon Block. 



Insurance— Fire, Life and Accident. 



No. i244b-f-Two lots on I 

Ob.ed„- — Stfcet, one block | 

from 'Q6"rge Ron.!, mi very * 

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618 Trounce Avenue "^ . Phone-1888 

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1 10 Acres— with the /best Irontag- i 
SOMENO-S LAICE. A large arejs4s cleared 
and partly cleared, ajft4 5 acres Afe in fruit 
tr^es. Buildings, comprise dwelling m 7 
]'r — rooms, cottage of 3 rooms, barn and iit- 
iuildings. 4 

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DQ«gTa^?St^witfa t^ bitilding. 

The best buy oti thts thoroughfare. ■ ; 



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TuMday, Nov«rttbir 1. 1t1« 



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Values 



White Wool Blankets. 60x8), 
Special Pair $3.59 

Soft White Wool Blankets. 

G r 4 n d value at, per 

pair 3 ^4.00 

Berwick Blankets, soft, fine 
.wool, ('>o X 8o, pair, ^6.00 

68 X 82, per pair, ^6.75 

Flannelette Blankets, best 

quality, per pair, $1.50 

or ^1.2U 

Comfort Ouilts, full size, 
filled with splendid quality 
cotton wool. Each, $3.50 
to $2.25. $2.00 and $1.50 

Eiderdown Quilts, Si 0.50 
ranging down to $5.00 

Chinook Eiderdown Quilts, 

exceptionally s oft a n d 
downy. Each $7.75. $6.75 




On the 




CONTRACT AGAIN 



Company 
for Two 



Union Steamship. 
Awarded Contract 
M()rQ Years to Honolulu, Fi 
ji and Antipodes. 



PRESENT CONTRACT 

EXPIRES AUGUST NEXT 




TIDE tABLE 



Victoria. Novemt>«r, 1910. 
t)*te.|Tt»n« Ht|Tlm« Htplme htlTlnia JHt 



No Announcement in Regard to 
New Zealand Service. — 
Zeaiandia Next Steamer of 
Line Due, 



t SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE: 



By Govtrnmtnt Wir«le»t, 

6 p. m. 

Point Grey— Cloudy; Bouth- 
east. strong: 29.54; 50; «e.a 
rough. 

Cttpe L-azo — Cloudy: south- 
wost wind; 29.56; sea njoderatej_ 
no shipping. 

TatooBh — Cloudy; Boiith 
wind: 29.69; 46; sea rough; 
outsldp, bound In Oceano Vance. 

Pachona — Southwest wind; 
strong; cloaidy; 29.94; 44; sea 
rough; no whipping. — ->-__ — - _ 

Prince Rui'ert — Overcast; 
weBtcrly wind; 29.95;' 56; sea 
rough; Leebrd out at 1.50 p. rn.; 
in, Kleamer Prince Ruperlt at 
3.1T) p. m. 

"Ikcda — Ni)rthwp.st wind; 

29. 90; 42; sea rough; no i^hip- 
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New York Has Outgrown its 
Harbor Facilities for Deep 
Sea Steamers— New !-! ar- 
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9 23 8.7 11 OS 8.7 

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48 0.91.11 00 9.0 

1 38 1.7iU 26 8.9 

2 80 2.7111 40 8.7 

3 23 3,Vtll 34 8,6,19 22 6.5 



13 14 9.3 

13 39 9.5 

14 02 9.7 
14 24 9.6 
14 44 9.4 
12.24 8.8 



28 30 6.4 



19 t3 S.4 

2013 2.2 

20 66 i.a 

21 40 0.4 

22 26 0.0 

23 la 0.0 



AMU 




14 58 9.0 



22 46 6.0 
19 Vo V.9 



4 15 4.7 11 30 S iiXi) 27 4? 

1 51 6.3 6 05.«»rlll 40 8.7 

3 34 6.8 5 52 8.5112 00 8.8120 00 3.2 

4 64 7.3| 36 7.2(12 21 9.0|20 24 2 B 






E. E. Wescott 

Direct Importers 
649 Yates Street Tel.. a5 



li 



♦ ♦■■»•*• 



« « » * ♦ ♦ ♦ 




During the period navigation 
is closea..*on the Yukon River, 
This Company's Stages operate 
between White Horse and Daw- 
son, carrying freight and passen- 

IJMr further Information apply. 

TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT, W. P. & Y. R. 

405 Wind! Building, Vancouvsjr. B. C. 




FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

And 

Southern California 

■L^avins Victoria t^^^^v^'ni^r' -*". "' 
Str.' QUEEN or ^''TY "F PtvBBLA. . 
THROUGHT SERVICE 
~iea've .Se«ittl« 10 ^-^.m-.; »te"mer» GOV- 
ERNOR or PRESIDE.VT. Nov. H' !»■ ._„„ 

B'or Somhe«l»lern Alaska feBNATOR 
Va'vc-8 gpattle P p. m., Nov. 14. Zb. 

TICKET AND FKBlGHt OfViCS—UU 
Wharf «troft. Phbne 4, '- 

R. P. RITHfc^T & CO., Via.. AgellM. 

C. 



Toj^>;ton(l over a period of iwo years. 
dating from AugUBT next, tiie Union 
.Steamship company, operating the liners 
Makura, Marama and Zcalandin. from 
vliis port- to Australia, has been award- 
;f5~the Pacific mail contract, which is 
nowheld by them. Official woni- reach- 
ed this city last night from Ott.awa. but 
110 announcement as to the reipiosts of 
tlie New Zealand goverument to extend 
the niaii line to that part was included. 
"At the present tin:e. the vu.<sel,s of | 
this line leave this port, cMlinS at Hon 
oiulu. Suva and Sydney 
for which the line rece 
The New Zealand gov 
also a substantial su^ 

service to AuckLind, but no, definite 1 ^ 
word Is forthcoming at present. 1 | 

The Union Steamship company, at the ^ 
present time, is building a new two mil- j I 
lion dollar liner for this trade on the ] ^ 
Clyde river. With these four ocean 
gr^hounds it should give a .service that 
is unparallelea <m-Jtb6 Pacific to the 
Antipodes. ,' • « ': 

The Zeaiandia Is ttie next vessel of 
tiie line due. and will arrive here No- 
vember 1«. 



Christian Bors Out. 
The Norwegian ste.iimor. (.'hrisUun 
Bors has passed out for Kuropo with 
fi.ooo ton.s of grain. She was one of 
the tloot chariorcHl by the Ainorieiui 
navy to bring c<y.i\ I'mni .Vcwport News 



NEW YOJIK, Nov. 7-t-A quarter «t 
a century has passed since Austin Cor- 
bih hit upon the plan of creating a 
great world harbor at the eastern «'nd 
or t^onglslamd. The- advent -of the- 
great, new Atlantic liners which dwarf 
the largPHt ocean greyhounds of today, 
has sudd-^nly revised these plans. New 
Y(jrk's great harbor has been outgrown 
by its commerce, and larger docks 
nuiBt be built before tht in\\ .ships can 
C(.))ne io America. • 

The new liner "01>'mp)c" Is already 
in the water and her .sister shli). the 
••Titanic" will soon follow, liclip.sing 
both of the.se vessels, and setting a new 
standard- oC size comes the "EurjiB^^'. 



where pIio 
ing. 



will finish up cargo load- 



JT "THE QUEEN 6f TABLE WATERS." 

Its pure Natural Carbonic Acid Gas 

acts as a Gastric Stimulant and Tonic 

and^ promotes the Digiestion and Assimilation 

of even the Richest Food. 



/ 



"~" . , Nev^fington Outward. 
. ^li^. iDom i n i<5 n government steamer 
Newlngton will leave this morning for 
Active Pass, where she will replenish 
many of the gas beacons. The ves- 
sel, which hys been louding some days, 
completed yesterday forenoon. 



•^ 





»rt, cMlioEt at Hon- i T 1 

ney and Liri:d)ane, 1 i ; *<«^ 

■eceives a subsidy.] t >^^ ^ 

government offers^ J L I 

jsidy to ^ie'xtend the \\^ \ 



star 



VESSEL MOVE MENTS 

SEATTLE. Nov. 7.— Arrived: Steam 
er Jefferson, Skagway; steamer Horn- ♦ 
elen, San Francisco; steamer Melville ' t 
Dollar, San Pedro; steamer Governor,! i 
San Francisco; st^an^er Queen, Ana- | J 
cortee; steamer Seward, Tacoma; | | 
6tM,rner Mexican, Honolulu. Sailed: 
Steamer Colunjbian, Tacoma; steamer 
AdmlrSr Sampson. -San Frar^cisco; 
steamer Queen. Tacoma; steamer 
Edith. Hunter's Bay 



c. D. DUNANN. Gen.. PasBenser Agent. .TjrvTJTT AND Ore Nov. 7. — Arrived: I i 

112 Market St.. yan Frnnclaco.. P(.>K1 JjAiM-'. V.»re., yi"»- , ? 

Tor further Information obtain toiaer. British ship Glenholm, San ieflro, ♦ 
, . — — German bark Selena. Guaymas. Sail- J 



Union S..S. Company 

Of B. C, Ltd. 

Direct ''prvlfo iMHwiuri V:in ccu v>r and 

STEWART 

The favorlts passenger 

"Camosun 

I_/«aves Vancouver every WeUnBs. 9 p.m 

Ar. Prince Rupert every Frl. nf ternoon ^.^^g.p08Sg, ' N g W ' 
Arrives Sitowart every S;".ti<r. afternooif 
Leaves Stewart ev^ry Saturday e p.m. 
I.eaves Princ*. Itupert every Sun. 9 a.m. 
Arrives Vancouver every Tuesday 9 anj. 
Tickets from Victoria at 1106 Wharf 
street. Telephon* llMr . 



• tf^ainer 



German 

ed: Steamer Aztec. San Francisco. 

TACOMA, Nov. T.— Arrived: British 
bark Dumfrleshir?, Seattle; French 
hark Notre Dame D* Arvour, Vancou- 
ver; steamer Cohimblan, Seattle. 
Departed; Steamer Seward. Seattle. 

CHERBOURG. NOV. ■ 7.--Arriv.edc 
Kaiser \yill\elm ...It., New York, iOt 
Bremen and . proceeded. 

BREMEN, Nov. 7.— Arrf' 






Princ« George Overhauling. j 

The steamer Prlnee George, which j 
went to Esquimau last week, wiil| 
probablv. be alile to leave there In a 
week or so when she Is completely 
overhauled. In about a month hence 
the vessel will relieve the Prince Ru- 
pert on the Northern run. 



TWO SURVIVE.CREW 

OF FORTY, IN WRECK 



Seamen 

Tell 



of Liner Kurdistan Alone 
of Wreck of Vessel off 
Sicily Coast. 



Xmas Excursions 
—to Europe—^ 

From Montreal and Quebec 
Empress of Britain . . Nov. i8 I Lake Champlain . . - Nov. 24 

From St. John, N.B. 

Empress of Ireland .... Dec. 2 [ Lake Manitoba Dec. 8 

Empress of Britain Dec. 16 

First Class from Quebec $90.00 and up 

First Class from St. John .._^-^.:_ $82.50 and up 

Second Class .'TrTTTTT^-ft., $47-5o and up 

Third Class $3° and up 

Through Standard and TourLst Cans to St. John in connec- 
tion with stcaiviships 
Train No. 2. Atlantic Express, leaves Vancouver daily, 9 a.m. 
Train No. 96, Tnif)erial Limited, Iv.s. Vancouver daily, 3:45 p.m. 
For reservations and any further information, write or call on 

L. D. CHETHAM, 
1102 Government Street City Pass. Agent. 

.A<jcnt for .Ml .\tl;intic Steamship Lines 



TENERIFiriS, Canary Islands, Nov. 
7. —Two seameni the sole survivors, ar- 
rived here today and told of the loss 
of the .\bglo- Algerian linen- Kurdistan, 
oH Sicily, October '^0; The steamer 
carried a trdw of 4g. The number of 
passengers is not known. 

The survivors reached here on the 
German steamer Santa Ursula. The 
Kurdistan w^as long overdue at Mar- 
seilles and yesterday the owners sent 
a vesseJ to search for her." She sailed 
from ^Manchester on October <S. The 
survivors were drifting in a lifeboat 
when on October 21 they were picked 
up by the British ship Vincente, which 
transferred them to the Santa Ursula, 
on November 25. The owners state 
that three women were the only pas^ 
Ecngers ■ on the Kurdistan when the 
steamer left Manchester. 



Change of Time 

Effective October 30th 

Graod Truok Pacific Sieamsliip "Prince Rupert" 

Xieaves VICTORIA at Midnight, Sundaya 
PO» PKINCX BUPEKT, via VAlfCOUVEK, 

Giving immediate connection with STEWART, per S.S. •'Prince Albert," 
also .semi-weekly service to Queen Charlotte Islands. 
FOR SE.\TTr,K- -I.eave.s Victoria al Midnight. Saturday!. , 
%a. "Prince Oeorge" !■ withdrawn from Service until further notice. 




::F0UNDATI0NOFG.T.P. 

OFFICES COMPLETED 



GENOA, Nov. ,7.— Arrived 
Albert, New York. 

DOVER, Nov^ 7. — Arrived: 
land. New York, for Antwerp. - 

YOKOJIAMAt~Nxjv.- 6.— Empresa of 
China, Vancouvar. » 

■ ____^ — —o — 

Dumfrieshire Chartered. 

The British ship Pumfriesshlre, 
which recently arrived here from Ham- 
burg via Honolulu, has been chartered 
outward by; Kerr, Glfford & Co., to 
oHrry=..4,0fifl -tons of grain from Pugei. 
Sound to the United Kingdom. Tho 
Dumfriesshire, after dl6chi|rglng -a 
small cargo of forillizer, shifted to the 
stream for orders. She came to the 
Sound under chartCT to Meyer, 'iVUson 
& Co. , '<ii . '•'., ■, '_ ' 



tA Bremerton. She jfs unffeF^S^^ssr 



.to Kerr, Gifford & Co. 



JAPANESE ACCUSED OF 

LACK OF COURTESY 

_ . i.irr 

Commander of U. S. S. Transport! 
Dix Says Tliey Refuse Informa- 
tl«n .«t Wireless Stations. 



^'') i « i . i«' t — 



Cured by Lydia C. Pink 
ham's Vegetable Compound ; 

Canifton, Ont.— "I had been ajrrf n 1, 
sufferer for live years. One doctor 
told me it was ulcer.s of the uterus, ' 
aiid' another told me it was a tibroid j 
tumor. 1^0 one 1 
knows what I siif- i 
fered. I would 
:U\vays be worse 
at certain periods, 
and never was 
regular, and the 
he ar i n p-d wn 
paiuKVvere terrible. 
I WHS very ill in 
bed, and t be doctor 
lul(l me I woidd 
have to have an 
nperation, and 
that T miffbt die 
during the operation. I wrote to my 
sister about it ,Tnd she advised me lo 
take Lydia Iv Pinkbani's Teptable. 
<'oinponnd. Throiipii personal expe- 
rienre I have found it the l)eHi medi- 
cine in the world for female troubles, 
for" it has cured nie. and 1 did not have 
to have the oi)eration aflcr all. 'Phe 
Oompoimd also helped me while pass- 
ing tjinnigli Cliange of Life.'*— Mrs. 
Lktitia y^.i.ATP., Canifton, Ontario. 

Lydia F. Pinkham's Vetretable Cora- 
ponnd, made from roots and herbs, 
has proved to be the most sueceRsfti'. 
remedy for ciiriTijZ' the wor«t forms of 
fejni.ile Ills. iTTcl-nrlinp- displaceH»*ntii. 
inflammation, fibroid tumors, ifrepru- 
larities. jvpriodie pains, backaehfl. bear- 
Ing-dowii feejinff, flatulency, indipres- 
tion, and nervotis prostratton. It costs 
but a trifle to try it, and the resiilt has 
been worth miUionaioauflerlnf nf^men. 




Mother Grateful for the 
Saving of a Son 

Tells How He Wan Re»cued 

Through Neal 3-Day Liquor 

Kablt Cure. 



Herts is the letter that will 
sui-ely be "of interest to relatives 
and all others concerned regard- 
InK the welfare of persons ad- 

illrtod to the use of into.NicHiits : 

"I altt «0 glad and happy, that I 
want to tell everybody that I am 
not ash.amed that my »on went to 
the Neal Institute. It Id too hon- 
orable a cau»e to be aehamed of. 
Rather, pat Dr. Weal on the hack 
and sAy, 'Ood blesB yon for hav- 
ing Btudled the liquor habit and 
originated a cure that cures the 
drunkard.' He c«rtalnly has a 
good c.inso at heart for it calls 
for patience and constant thovight 
and rospouslblllty, and his work 
for fallen men will do more for 
the cause of practical temperance 
than all else, for It certainly re- 
moves the appetite that moves 
men to drink." > 

(Thu i)ame l« not published for 
th(! it-'fiKorf that nncorrespondwnre 
If-- held slilcilv confidential.)' 

This Is surelya letter from tho 
heart, and shows, more strongly 
than any other evlden'Cff; — whirt a 
lii.pe thft Neal Institute holds 
lortn to BfrUcted families. The 
.Neal treatment, taken ellbfr sit 
our Seattle Institute or at homp. 
n'moltitely i-empves all craving 
inr liUoxicanlB, and In only 72 
tumr**' time. AVe furnish a bond 
Kiiar»ntef>lng tlm cure. For full 
itiforinaiii.in (mail'''! In plain. 
..pfBb'd envelope) liyliKlinp copy 
"(ir Kuaranlee bond, jidilress: 

THE NEAL INSTITUTE 

Xolrt. K. XnltUe, Manaffar. 

173S 16th Ave. Seattle 



PORT TOWNSEND. SaturdMr, Nov. 
7 — Capt. George Ankers,, navigating 
officer of the United States army 
transpori Dlx, expresses the opinion 
that American masters" and vessels are 
not receiving fair treatment in the way 
^wireless benefitfi from Japanese sta- 
tions. ' :[ :, .„i^ 



Ot the Hamburg- American itiie, a 900 



Work of Building Remaining Story ofi 
Building Will Be Rushed. Novel | 
. Lighting System Introduced. 



•'We found many feaaons to i>ral8e 
the wireless,", said Capt. Ankers, "but 
found it of lio advantage whatever in 
biringlng us desired information from 
stations along the Japanese coast. One 
of the Important matrets forvconccrn 
I in a navigator coming Into port is to 
! know as farin adv'ance as possible 
i V, eathcr and barometrical conditions 
alongshore, \Vewere greatly sur- 
prise.!, when malting a request for such 
ipformatlon through the wireless, to he 
refused, with the apology that atccord- 
Ine to orders no .lQf»;es8agea---or-an^ 
character could be transmitted to an' 
A Jhencan Vessel." . • 

Similar complaints fre<iucntly have 
been made! notwithstanding which, the 
.livpanese government insists on silence 
l>y stations within its Jurisdiction. . 

A condition wholly different is to be 
found-at American stations. The plan 
used.. at .the big navy wlrfeless. station 
on Tatoosli Island, and generally car- 
ried out at other Canadian and United 
States shore stations. Is to give ar- 
rlying; vessela all Information desired 
that may be of service. No discrim- 
ination is made of nationality. 

Capt. Ankers wlirprpwnt to offlcera 
<iC the. trah.<5port service a report com- 
plaining of the wireless neglect met 
with from Japan 



: 1fOiati?Qat^JbP ..la*K8at sti^P in tive world 
no.w~undcr ,con,striict i6iil ' ,, ' 

The-Montatik Itarh0T'6H1D«)Iig4«iand 
has been advocated because passengars 
could he tentied there and rushed to 
New York by train, thus saving from 
fQur-.to ten hours on the ocean trip, 
and inaktng the three-day boat to 
j:ur6pe ^ probability* All thl« l8 to 
reckon, however, •without the Custom 
House. When hundreds of passeAgers 
tre landed at Montauk, Ihe man with 
one trunk to be inspected, could not 
hurh' from the dock txr his office or 
hotel" as he can In ^ewf York today, 
-but must wait for, the man with twenty 
trunks, and the inevitable delay of 
passing hundreds of ptisscngers. By 
the time;, the steamer train was ready, 
the time gained by landing here would 
be lost. The tremendous advantage of 
New York as a port of entry is that the 
whipping of the world may be brought 
to within almost a stone's throw of the 
great business secti6ni_ the "hotel dis- 
trict and the warehouses without loss 
of time. ,^ It la this Immeaiaurahle ad-; 



*n»e foundation for the neW 'waiting 
room and office building of the Grand 
Trunk Pacific Steamship Compahy 
has bepn completed and the brick 
work, of which there Is one story to 
go up, will be rushed in order that 
tile building will be ready for occu- 
pancy by the first of the year. Now 
that the basement Is complete tho 
work of Installing the heating plant 
can also be commenced. * : 

A , novelty In the way of ligrhting 
these new offIfeF~lS"^o be introduced. 
Instead of hanging downward, the 
■Mgbts will be shaded, to throw llgh* 
■to the celling and the, light will reflect 
tp the rqoni. In, ^ this ■way one can 
turn Ui any direction and^lltera Aa^ot: 
a sRaiaow, making the room illumin- 
ated as It would bo In daytime. This 
will be an. innovation In-the lighting 
system of this city and comes direct 
from , successful experiments In the 
■^a«t. " ■ ' 



THE INTERNATIONAL DOUBLE-TRACK ROUTE 

From Chicago to I^ondon, Toronto, Niagara F.ills. Montreal, Portland, Bos- 
ton, New York, Philadelphia and intermediate points. 
Finest roadbed, modern and Uixurlous trains. For information as to 
fares, etc.. also for folder's and parciculars re Grand Trunk Pacific points 
apply al temporary office, G. T. P. dock, Wharf street, rear of Post. Of- 
ficp." Write or telephone: 

AV. E. DUPEROW, HAROLD BROWN, 

City Pass- and Ticket Agt. Telephone 2431. Dock and Freight Agt , 
GENERAL AGENCY TRANS-ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES. 

The Canadian Express Conipanyj 

Sure and Quick Transportation for goods to Seattle, Vancou- 

'_ ".^'•'.^^^. _ Ver , Northern British Cohimbia and 

"eastern Canada and united states points 

Money Orders Issued and Money Transferred 
Goods Called For and Delivered 
Full information oil application at office, Wharf Street, 
rear of P6st Office'. Write or Telephone . • 



\ 



Phone 2431 



W. E. DUPEROW, Agent 



]f/fNTEO FOR^MURDER 

Earle S. Pender, Accused of Killing 

Mrs. Raymcr, Arrested at San 

Francisco 



SAILINGS 

S. S. VENTURE 

For Stewart and Way Ports, Thursday, November 3rd, 

12 p.m. 

S. S. VADSOu__^i^ 

For Na'as and Way Ports, Thursday, November 19* |iQ,'p.ni. 



' JOHN 5ARNSLEY, Agent. 

1534 Yates Street 



Phone 1925 



time to draw his revolver. Later ha 
v.nntage which has made Ne%v York the _^^^^^j^^^^ ^,^^^ ^^ would have resisted to 



greatest port in the world, and the, time 
seems very remote when this enQCmous 
traffic will be defected by at»y trlfitngr: 
advantage of dther portsK,'""^" 



SAN FBANQISCO, Nov. 7.— Earle S. 
Pender, wanted In conneetlpn with the 
murder of Mrs. Walter Raymer, of 
Cleveland, Ohio, and who says he Is a 
prOfesslinal btrlkebreaker, was cap- 
tured today as he was about to ship to 
Australia. Pender was se'laed from hR- 
hlttd by two detectives before he had 



WHITE STAR-DOMINION 
CANADIAN SERVICE 

CHRISTMAS SAILINGS . 
Portland, Me., viti Halifax to Liverpool 
Ss. "Laurentic" Dec. 3 | Ss. "Canada" Dec. 10 

New Triple Screw, 14,892 Tons. Twin Screw, .$lj(t feet long. 

,.„ J^er berth re.'Jcrvations atul fnriher parficiilars apply to 
local agent ov : Company's Office — 619 Second Avenue, Seat- 
tle, T. H. Larke, Pass. Agent. 



- > *:• *•■ 



Amur Leaves. 
The «teftmer Amur loft IftSt night 
■f-or tho Queen Charlotte Islands. 
Prince Rupert and way r"irts v.ilh A 
fair cargo and twentj 



I roquois in Port. 
■| lie I'uKt't Sdund Xavigaliun .cuiu- 
pany's steamer Iroquois arrived In port 
yesterday on the regular lay" "vrr 
bchedulo of the Princess V!cton;i, 

Vadso Due from North. | 

The steamer Vadso of the BoscowU.?: 
Steamship company Is due to arrive 
from the North tomorrow. The vessel 
sails for Stewart and way ports Thurs- 
day nlghU , ' 



Princess Beatrice Due. 
'• The'""^eamer Princess Beatrice on 
the Vlotoria-Sk^givay route! Is sched-.|_iiccoi;diru: 
uh'i ■ \e here tomorrow or Thurs 



,. Tees L<» " : . 5 "' 
With a full 
passengers, tl 
pteamer Tees .lei; -i ••' '' ' 
islno and wa.v ports. The ve^^ 

I'-'-rrTiTTcr rU the i.<it,.t- v.-h-T^f ^■. : ■ ; ; 

Inaba Maru Coming. 
'\":i- >,l-'inni'r Inaba Maru. ■; '!•■• 
Nippon Yusen Kalshal, is due to ar- 
rive here Thursday with 535 tons of 
freight and 45 pas8enBcra-....~The riajsel 
shonM fport h-- -.1 '■■ ' -^ : ■■-.-••-.■■' 



Seattle Maru Loadi.tg. 

The SfMitllf .Maru, of th'' Osskji 

Shosen Kaishn line, which is due {n\ 

pass through this port nuf.vft"d bound j 

next Satura»jf,-haffl shifted to ,T|ficc/ina, ' 



the death before" avirrenderlng. 

■To the detectives Pender said he whs 
ft hold-up man between strikes. He de- 
nied Iba.t fie Pred the shot which killed 
Mrs. Raymer, but said that Wm. Van 
Gelder had stopped 1^ vegetable wntjon, 
the driver 'of whleh iatruck Van Gelder 
over the hea.d'With his whip. Van 
Gel**^- then_abot the hat from the head 
xit Uie dr.U;ar_and the latter whtpped-'his 
horse into a run. While tills vvtm trans- 
piring Raymer and his wife drove up 
from behind, and. as .they were turplng, 
i.i T'l'ndcr, Jils companion, en- 
ragcc!*' « ' of the first driver, 

flred bniiii..v .,: luu Raymei-s. « 

Pender said that he-,heard a groan but 
did not H"*'^ "*■ •^^'■"- I'ayni'^r'r; drjilli 
until the next day. 

■ : > y ! ■ '• s ■■ ' < ... N'ov. 7. — Karle fpn- 

i . Ml Francisco as a fu- 

wn.i Indicted by the 

....: ,.;:■. s.i J :ii company with AYII- 

in'Van .Geldeff-for- the _ murder <'r 

!'■ ,'f r Raymer on August. ->■. 

. the wife of a farmer iiv- 

itm near i'lfv61and, was held up while 

driving hnmix and shot dead. Von 

G«lder was arrested In Cleveland after 

?^. search of .several weeks. He wa.s 

trjed. and convicted "f mnnslfluphfer. 

irrrtl tw-ttow -serA-ingf an Indeterminate 

sentence at the Mansfield reformatory. 



CHRISTIE 




The wontftr it not that Chriitie Bis- 
cuits are fuperior — it would be a 
marTel if they were not. Pure in- 
gredients in the bands of scientific 
bakers for over fifty yeara in the 

brighteit, oleaoeit and beat biacnlt factory 
in all Csnsds. these are lb« nain eaa*«t 
o( Christ is quslitr and laatiot loodocst. 

N.B. —Try Ghriiti* Wsfert— you eao ha»e . 
them aoy flavor: Oria|«. Vanjila, Ratifia. 
8tr«wb«rry, Cocoa, Maple Ice.Weier lae and 
Iiapcriat. 80I1I in aaall tia* at all fFMam. 

CHRISTIE. BROWN & CO..U«HN»<i 

• lis 



NOTICE 



In the Matter of an Application by th<i' 
Qoean Falls Co., Ziiiultad, TTudet tlia 
Ijand Act. 

COAST DISTBICT. BRXTISK CO- 
XiinCBIA. 

TAKK XOTU"K that the Ocean Fall.« 
Co,. Ijlmlled. a corporation having its 
head ofl'lce In the city of Vancouver, In 
the Province of British Columbia, in- 
tends to apply for permission, to pur- 
cliHse the following described land: 

ComnunclMK at a post plantftd at the 
noithwcst corner of lot. thirty-one (31) 
In the Coast district, thence east forty 
{40) chains, thence north tw^-nty <9<>> 
clialnH. tbpnce west ninety-slx. (?6j 
chaln.« t(i the alinr:! line of Cousins Xh>~ 
let. thence southeasterly along tb« Mid 
shorf> line to tl'c point of commenco^ 
ment. and containing one hundred atid 
th1rty-8lx (.136) acres more or lesa, 
b^RXEST WAWCER. 

Ttcsldcnce — 1700 Barclay St., Vancou- 
ver. B. C. 

flerupatlon — T.iimberman. 
A Kent for Ooran Falls Co,, Limited,. 711 

Dominion Trust Building, Vanconver, 

B. C. A Power and Pulp Coinpany. 

Kated Sep t. 29th, I91O, . , v ... ■ .. . , , 

Great Northern's 'eastboan*^^'. Oth>n 
Limited at Everett, 3T> mllps north of 
Seattle, tonight. He la due in Chicago 
at 9 o'clock on Thursday night. ' 



Racing With Death 



wh''^se father, Col. Thomas Potter, the 
Philadelphia mllllonairp, is dying at 
Atlantic City. N.J.. started his over- 
land "rare with death tonight. Mr. 
Potter arrived at Vancouver, B.C., 
from Alaska t<i»d«y- He- caught a l.ate.iji^^^ 
train out of the British Columbia. me-'Al»rU . 



yrBw TOKx ooTTOir xEAmxav. 



aEAT'IIJe,, Noy. 7.— \yH|o|i fattfr, ItrppoUs ft^d in»4a cow«<!tiowi wltb tha May 



(Furnished by P. W. Bfevensob * C«>,> 
Option — Open. High. Low. Clrwe- 

.Ian; tl.«0 14.70 14.57 I4.«l 

F«b .... 14.«« 

,., ...14.76 14. RS 14.75 14, 8» 

.'.'.'."14.10 lido lift hiJirt- 



"£■ ~- 



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TuMdtfy. Pio^itmlnr S, 1»1JI» 



D SPENCER, LIO. BUYS 
lIlEHOUSESiTE 



Departmental Store Likely to 
Be Built on Government St,i 
— Record Price for City 
Property. 



Ai a vOHt of $100,000. ■n.tJponcOT, Ltd.. 
lias iTiirciraBCcl the siVf; tO|:*Vioxly ocou- 
pii^d by H),ytniuf; .'v Company, on Guv- 
. rimnMit t-ii'.. I, '1 iiii iMi'iiorty on ■which 
I III' \\lute, lloii-^f. loiiiUy 'ttvJstroyeU in 
iliu rfi-oin. Mil', wafj ' .sUuaLed,\ liasi 0-- 
Iriot lroiUiigi:^jpu Clovt-runioni street anj 
a riF|jili'.,(|t' i::o, fi'ct. Tim prii-c is tin.' 
hitilK-st (-vcr iJ.U'l for Vlotorla projiurtj', 
a\i'.r;i;,'inK over J.T.oOd \n:r rrunt rMtit; 

'I'lh- plHiis ■.!■ Mi'' I'niii "I' l>, S|i'JK-( 1-. 



lAcl' ..:ai. iitUl uii'l' < i'!' '1 > 


ml .i|-'.' In Uu:; 


luediii 11' contliiK. "II 


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V >' , : ' t ' ■ 1 


1 i'lrouKh 1 '1 '"iii^ iTii III' II • 


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In tlio . \cul ("if tills ui. 


il iM'UIfi lIIUil-1- 


lakcii. tile ypeiu:ftr film 


\'. Ml. acc'oriUnfj 


in proHent airanK«iiteiitw. 


rebuild on the 


1 Joverniiiciit. siroot sit*.'. 


the spuce uc- 



oomnuiUatiun beliiK largely Increased by 
ilif ao'inlfUioii of tlu^ property puiclius- 
.'.I yaHterday." For tli.e next six monlliH, 
at least, the business of the company 

will be carried out on the first two floors 
(if 111.' Diiairt Hotel, minor alterations 
I ciiiK inKif 111 Uiiu building -to Increaso 
Lhr a(;coniniodatlon..^.:a'lJere poshible. 
Htioiild. jliL- firm finally decide to rebuild 
oil ita' old site a'nd on tlie PFopei'ty ^hicli 
H has just acauircd. and if at the 3an\c 
liiiu' \ir\v sj,reet, is extended through to 
Co vcniine.nu tbfi tienartmenta,! "atore will 
littvo a considerable frontage on the three 
Htrecta.or Governjiientl VIe^y and Broad. 
; Itfc -the. _ meantime, 'tlilit enteiprislng 
firm is puttinji forth eVery effort to 
inc't the rcQuirementK of tlie public. De- 
.-:pi,ic limited quarters, it has been poa- 
r<lble feistoi-i" a large, quiintlty of goods 

_ln the Driard iiotel. New conHignmenti} 
5-e arriving daily.-and the stock sbl,d. is 

—being replaced at once. A speelal effort, 
will be made to meet the Cliristmas 
liade, WhlcJi.TTWIngito the prosperity of 
il>e city,- is expected to bo of a^reicortl 
character. • . . 



Kniock Out Jin Second 
. SCiiBNfieTADYt k, ,Y... Nov. T.- 
Harry Xicwis knocked otit "Fighting" 
Dick Nelson in the siscoinl roUnd here 

f ,■■ ■ i 33^1 

i Was It a Tigisr? 

.ivtLtLlux it, .>va« ;i I'ipv dream or nut. 



tw^wcll known liuntciH rcturnod to the 

"Tilly^k&inday ni&ht with a hide, -that 

lobkeb^^i^e that of a" tiger and iester- 

d^y the^P^nc -\v!|i6 Bpread aboJl -that 

lu 347 lb. tig^hai(|l been , ^hot i^-^-tl*:]- ; 

l*-MTtt!-T58§t;; Tw: two ' ivuiltersf c6n- 

_l^eDttS?»??erL thatsjt' , was_ a' tig^r. Ah 

"T|i(*y are foreign" UjSbeser partb it la 

i^orc likely their tropiT>ovas .a pan- 

th'er, or some other wIlclNs^e^ture of 

t^c woods. 



SPRINTER WALKER TO 

BECOME pro; 



(Continued from Rage 10.) j 

dell at Woiverhartipton I lost the cliani- ! 
plonship to him a week later. I was so' 
far discouraged that I have not trained 
seriously since. However, rny-^«<***al \ 
health has improved and rny last open 
race, the RedhlU furlong, wUercia . J ! 

.beat R, C. Craig and K. W. Haley, was; 

-tile best, running I have sh6wri~nniTs I 
M^ur^-^^t^ ^a^j yxnno^ the best that I 
.sliall show.' '—- -^ , ■ •■ i 

"In adopting professionallsni, I trnst 
I shall not lose the friendships. whlfh 
I have made as an amatetir, I'tlliinJs 
that with proper -ijov«r4ignicnt. profes- 
sionalism 9Ught to be able to take ItH 
PE»Bfir_b.lacein athletic sport and trust 
that the efforts to that-^flSwl may bt\ 
suceessfuj in England. I ho-pe to do my 
share toward the popularizing that 
side of athletics both here antl[ on th<! ; 
other aide of the water. In South 
Africa there has been practloaily iir« 
i)r»f«is8ional running excepting thi 
m»tehes which have been organized b\ 
Rufe Naylor, but there Is plenty in 
AiJstralia, I believe. -r ^ 

•*I may remark that when 1 got bacU 
to Africa after the Olympic games I 
had many tempting offers to turn pTo•^ 
fessional but rejected them all becausi , 
i wanted to win the A. A. A. 100 yard.s 
championship and place my nairne on 
the list of amateur record ht)lders first, 
t was also' asked to-go ovfer to America 
and run Recttsr — another race— this 
would have been an aitiatetir race of 
courae— 'but declined, as I had promised 
to go back to South Africa." 



To the Electors of the 
-" City of Victoria 

7' ' iiiii III r i ' liii I II ' _^ ^^ 

1 i)p« n» nnnoTweff ^ n ^'s e lf nn or candl 
date for the Mayoralty f of V*n. 

I am not rtl Hod with »iiy party; tSUqur 
«>r frfctlon. and wilt, if electftl. do my 
best at all times to itdvaiico tb<^ IntercKi 
• ' ih'* city cVni-rHVly, ■ Anil. wlTI .i^iii^pmM 
,' '• thliiK iliat in -JOV. oiWiiiJii m'"!"i'"^ 'J" 
Ki.u.iUriiiig of.-4lie-clty, morally *ud mn- 
i' 'i-illx-. ■' ." . jj ■ , •, ■ .. •■ ' 

I ». ; M i|c/. Till* iiir>in«it o-ndeavor. to pU'< 

r adiuliiislntlk'ii. 

t . : . I " »»f'Vi ,a fair wasn. 

for ilicic aervlcvf. ami uV the same tinv 

"Cf* timt tlK: rnlppaycrK "gpt "virttK- f'M 

• ir money: to W,o that the laws ar. 

■ntlv enforced without feav j*r fa.voj 

^n.l •■" •■■•■■ — ' •«— -il'"'- ■" :-'•■ 

tli\ •■ ■ 

;p main |»)«aiv in iii,> .plui 
f'<'>nM!"l''v thiit -Ift tiK' onb 



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VKyiOHJA DAILY COJOMKl 



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TAKE 




HINT! 



It is a hint, or a suggestion, or a piece of advice— as you like— but it is worth taking: 

Get hold of a lot in Monterey Place! .^.„„ 

Every day you read in The papers of new buildings; new industries; new railroad 
and steamboat movements that are going to make Victoria one of the busiest and best 
cities on the Coast, and one of the best fields for investment offered in the West. 

^^ Certainly tlie time to getjii is now— today. Even if you are not planning to build a 
home for a year or so, it'll pay ynti to secure your lot now. If you desire an investment 
don't overlook this. ~^- 

Monterey Place is the spot lof:^' home and the place for an investment. The pricir 
is more than reasonable and the terms inviting. _^ 



■tf- 



Monterey Place is one of the best money-making opportunities you may 
ever ha,ve, and now is the time to take advantage oj it. 

It is as certain as anything can be that every one of these lots wITr~be" 
worth much more than the prices now asked. '-* — -«- 

There are bfighfprospects ahead of Victoria. It is impossible to foretell 
what five years of future may bring forth. Certain it is that the city is going 
t6 witness a wonderful growth and a tremendous increase in property values. 

There's going to be a big rush to the suburbs and a wonderful apprecia- 
tion of values in these districts. The choicest sections^„will witness the first 
and greatest increase and Oak Bay is easily the most'^esiralSlft, 8pot. 



After a carefiil search we have been unable to find * JtfifltHef^-^ttfce of 
property containing all the important and unusual home-making and^-money- 
making feaitures that are so successfully combined in Monterey Place. 

Air the comforts and conveniences of a modern city are combined with 
the .chaTm'of a couhtl-y home amid the most delightful surroundings. 

ii 

" , If charming situation, splendid soil, city comfiarts. LOW TAXES, low 
aricesand easy teri!is appeal to you, then you'll be delighted with Monterey 
Race. \, '■ "' '• 

Monterey Place is the sppt to go for pleasure and for—pi-ofttr Not only 
has.it the essential qualifications for iiome-making, but combines with these, 
remarkable money-making possibilities. .- 



A 



J-._.]|^tty_a4ot-4n Monterey flaceand-add to yoi 



health and yoyr mate rial wealth. aaiaiibi-tt^liQW, while:.aw^price8 are lo-<v. 



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HANDSOME 
HOMES 



A NUMBER OF ' 
THE RECENT 
rRCHASERS WILL 
tECT FINE 
i_„HDM^S>^I.N THE 
SPRll 
THIS WILL" 
GREATLY ENHAN(^ 
THE VALUE OF 
THESE LOTS 
NOW IS 



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STREETS 

ARE GOING to 
BE IMPROVED 
AT ONCE 
SARATOGA 
AVENUE IS AN 
-8o"TT: STREET, 
. AND WILL HAVE 
CEMENT SIDEWALKS, 
BOULEVARDS, ETC. 
—IT'LL BE 
""ONE OF THE 
PRETTIEST STREETS 
IN GREATER VICTORIA 




iu4MU«-«.' ~ <- fmtJi^ 



COME 1 

—i- 



AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION TODAY 






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JUARTER CASH 

Baiaoce 6, 12,'18,: 24 and 30 months 



From $550 



f"-- -^" 




Island Investment Co., Ltd. 



Phone 1494 



Bank of Montreal Chambers 



Phone 1494 




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viciOEiA D AP.Y cxiix^yisy 



TutdMV, N«V4M»ifc«r t. ttlO 






Increased Clothing Sales 



.:isl week surpus^sed oiir.cxpeclations, and we ni; 
Wrare oifenn- tin- BEST NALU KS in Suits 

Canada, l-^aeh -arnienL 
i. correctly ladored. sn that n wdl keep ns sluipe and give genuine satisfaen-.u. 

c))lace 1! <'i- rclund ilie money. 



I> wiial we uanl this month 
lend lo keej) things hooniin 
aii<i Overoais ihal is i/ossiljle lo obtain anywhere ni 



other wrse* we wi 



\\ e wani 



IXCRlsASk".!^ lU'SfXlCSS an<l arc -eiun.u It b.N ^peciah/.ni 



L' Oil 



PROPER CLOTHES 

At $15.00, $20.00 and $25.00 



MARKEniAlTS 
ONEOTNtVt 



Appears in State of Semi- 
Stagnation— Union Pacific 
Supplants Reading, in Place 
Next to U. S. Steel. 

/ _ 



in 

the 



f 



Boutnoiiuurn •w.-.tlon of the covntry wiu* 
p«fh«p« the moat favorable aevejopmeni 
over aundiiy tinJ the tjarae neemoU to 
dcihonmratu Uiut IncrettBoa am llUc-Iy 
to bo itrantaU eluewhero. Uufavi>rabl« 
coniineiit whk h^tfrd with reKurd to itie 
uliowlng KH lii<.ll<at,f.l by fcuiurdayu oanK 
Mtiltcmeni hui Ihe rciura of tiiiidB from 
tliu Interior i« oxpijclcd lo atari «iarller 
lliuii u.HUul this year. Tlie Copper Pro- 
ducer a report did not reveal the shrink- 
agre of »loch» on hand as anticipated but 
It ni:v<ntlieleB« displayed a tendency \u 
tlw>, i)ropi'r direction. Trade reporlw are 
hardly mik-Ii as to cuune entl>UHla»in 
wlilcli has aerved to hold In (.■lieCK a 
lar-KO volunnj of outside buying hut tbo 
(.pillion 1* K«"«rul that should (lie re- 
^uHn of Ilie eleutloii be construed a.s 
favorably- by the Klrcet a denionstration 

nil lensure. 

Closing 



ritofk-r- 
i A Mia I. Copper 



Sec I lUr SpcciaN loi- i!i! 



\-OldJ. UK I.". ("-■!< Cl.O' 



rck. 



:s— K 



\ei;-d. 



"KORRECT" FURNISHINGS, HATS AND FURS 

,. '■^~""" Are" here for \dur inspection. 



NKW York, Nov 7.— The si.a'k niarUtl, 
i..,ni..' to IhQ eve of the ejecllonsi In a 
i^ai. u, r,eini-stuBnutlon, biH how lar 
, tluil coudition wi,s <lue lo soltcilude over 
I ih« politL-iul ..uUiMnu ai.l iml t-K-aiiy up- 

!'"'r'nt./n rarlll. .■time f 01- war. I luu. t;rcal JH. U. 
; promn.en.;., tutpplanllng KeadUvK J>'^ ^"^ ^v„.,V 
p,j«llio,t ,-<e.-.3n.] to L-nl.od'.State.s hleel 
The proportion of Cnit»J Stut..'a bteel 
l„ tlH' total deullnK« waH mBlntalned at 
near one third: and the eonibin.d deal- 
iniiS In Cnlon X'ocitle and Jleadint; I'X- 
,.<?eded HllKhtly the ti-unsaeiions in Unit-, 
ed States Steer 'i-ho rcaaop for ihv in- 
crfiftsed attciin..H moyemeiu i" l nl"i' 
r'aidfic was not I'orthcominB. The niar- 
kvt flosed irroKulnr, but with renewed 
„„:bl.hlinK of Union i'aof^ i'-' •-•'^'"I'l^ 
I inK ponioKeH. 

I ThfJ statl«tles'of the Copper Tro'lucer:^ 
! nssoctation foi- October were a distinct 
1 disappointment. ■ Ttie pviblleation also 



Am. Beet Huijui 
Am. Cur Fdy. . ■ 
Am re. I^oiio. . . 
Amer. Smelt. . 
AiniT. .SiiKar ■ ■ ■ 
i .-Vnn r. Woulen . 

.Mcliison 

Lt. and O. " 

T, '>-r. i^> . f 

R. .-Ttr . . . 



Cent. Leather . . 
Che.i^ and Ohio 
C. and 0. W. 
C. Jl. and St r 

C. V. and 1 

Colo. Sputh!;rn . 
Con. Cias ...... 

D. iind Ft. G. . ... 
Krle . ..-■ 

J,ioldlii-hl Cons, 
tit. Nor. pfd . . 
Ot. N'or, Ore . • 
int.'r-.Met. ..... 

luler-llurvester 
K. <•. Southern 
I., and .V . . . . . 

j\I acfeay ■"Co'sr' . .> 
Soo . V. . . • • • • • 

do r>f<1 



High. 

7 1 ',4 

;iHVi 

4 (I •■•4 

5 1 \ 

1 04 ^, 
iOti 

78% 
IHS'-i 

«■»% 

1 - >; ■'•» 



137 li 

., J \ _ 
1 1 t ■■„ 



uiNapw'j«i<t'"»^>i>. - ■■- • - ilM. l'^. an.) '1 

was ma.lo in advancti of >he usual penou ^,igjj„u,.i i-ac 



I,,, ,is a..i)eara»ice, BUgKe-slIng a pur 
poHC of hastening the disclosure of it.B 



early publication coln- 




conlenlH. The 

ifidedwith _.___:^_.,_ 

mors fonce,.. . """^ »'f '^ 

■uipposed Intenlion lo udvanee the prices 
of Iho copper Industrials, the effect of 
the showinff of the otTpTiCr ' industrials 



Nevada Cone. . . 

X. Y. Cent 

X. Y. O. and "VV 
_^ Norfolk and W. 

tyf-rrew rti- Northern Pac. . , 

Pacific "Mfell 

Ponnsyl. . Ry. . . 

Peoples das . • . . 

T'rpfsed fcteel . 

Ueading 



was partly neutrallKed by 



Hatters and .Clothiers 



811-813 Government ^reet, Op. P. O. 




CHICAGO GRAIN MABXETS. 



I'eet 



the recent rains and weather con- July 



- aAUoiMTprovl~np beueticittl tl> grbw^^^^ 

' « ^' xaI cu-oos .The trade do.es .pot. take the arj. 
aoiy. F. W. Stfevtaison & ^<'>Tw^tJle!' reports frpm the sbuthw*.8t se- 
, ,v. 7._Wheat closed j viou.sJv: .som e support undoubtedly 

wiUi ,nitmy tnmratttmi»^-yg^fpg-AryCTw-Tne--i^ 

.speculaAlvc situation, ports northwest. . J-*te seaboard. ms»-. 
■ ^- HaU« told of .tiarty V^tt J^ad«^^^^^^ 



Fork— 
.fan, — . 
May . . • • 

Lard — : 
■iTait. i«ifj.»,. 



.4*^. 3«»^.v »*f ■ : 3*% 



•■pnK'h there Was in wlieat 

,>. li.i.v: t'jdav was largely t^tf reii=;»^- 

011 of (innnesH In lorolgn ma?Ket«. 

n'vato citbles expltant^V ^lverpoo.« 

reniith as due to a decrease in the 

mount of . Wheat - afloat , -to the United 

■Vidm ports, a show of ttrenBth m 

MILS Avres .-miijzket; and trom thltpsr 

, nine pence advaiic« hi IJngllsh eouri* 

V market.^. - 'All Xltl«.<'Oun*eds'^«' V?i> 

.11. -later when the trade, had a iiwnber 

ireet Argentine cables wnd^they all 

d that the butloolt for the wheat 

at vest Itr 't>i»l cais«itry \» almo» 



loads e 
buslneei tU'eBumabVy Cabadlan wh 



Wheatr 
Dec. . . . 

May 

July •- 

Corn— 
petS .- - 
May '• • ■ 
July ... 

Oats-^ 
]>ec. . . . 
Mft*' ... 



■/O.', 




Operi. Hl*b. Low. C'osc. 

h^ 895i 88% 89 
»»■» .'4* ..^ ,^^ 

4ff%, 48% ''(fn* 
4»% 4»% 49% 



.1?.52 

.16.17 



17,58 
16.S» 












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Jnii. . 
Ma>- 



...,. 10.^0. 10.^4« 

4-- »*?^ — rsr 






9.82 ^9:«6 

&:sip -WIS 






».oo 



10,40 

8.31' 
9.15 



,uniora-of^»tt*nwni8atU>iuafihe principal 
American copper Interests. 

Kuilroads in thii-«outbeni group' 8ho«'- 
f^i some special strenlijlh owing to the 
decision Of the Interstato Commerce 
commission in iiv... << ^^ ■ ■, advanc<» 
asked for. 

' The money posltloti seemed uncertain. 
Time loans ver«» strong and call mohey 
again touched 4% per cent, luafweelt's 
minimum. The prtvato discount rate ad- 
vanced In London. The foreign exchange 
markets hete continued to rcc«dei the. 
Paris ^exchange t^tfl-^tfiyoclalls^ yielding 

"sllarplyi ■-,.,-; ' -; "" '••"■,\,.. '', y- .%. ' '. , 
Bonds were Irresula*; *«>Ma fftlO*. P»r 
value, »2.327,000. i X.nhite« StAuftJ bonds 
wiBi* iinehai>ge* «n xtttH ' 

(Furnished by B'. W; Stcvettflonfc Co.> 
•^"TEW TOKICr"?<trvr-fl:'"Ki«ctlo^«i ■ n«ws 
was tlie chief topic tit di.scussion during 
today's seijslbn and^the tenor p£ the 
same was appareniW <5?nf':"«^ «« .^«: 
vurable' by tbe, 8«naet., but. the general 



the revived' Hep. Iron and .S. 



laT 

;. I 

lit;'- 
•li 

) 13-i 

130% 
107% 

inr.',4 

3fi 
?A 

laij.., 
. sg% 



119»4 
2«% 

- " " ' H ■!■'"'■< ■ " — 



171% lt» 



Hock iHland 
Sloas Sheffield . . . 
."Southern Pac. , . . . 
•So. Railway .". v.m 
Tenn. Copper' ...•• 
Texas Pac '■■ j, ;■ »■ . '; . 
Twi nClty/. ,..., 
Union Pac ;. 

do pid . 
Tj. S. Rubber 
U, s: Steel . 

Mb pfd '..,, 
Utah Copper .. 
Wabasli ": . . .. ; 
West. TThlbn . 
Westinghouso . 
Wisconsin Cent. .. '.-. ' .. 

Money on call 2% p«r cent. 

TotAi «ftle8. 412,900 sTuikres. 




Bevan, Core & Eliot, limited 

STOCKS BONDS IXSURANCE 

RUAbESTATl^ 

.Members \ ictoria Stockbrokers" .\ssociation, \'an- 
eouver and Spokane Stock b'.xchanges 

\1 1 \CT]\ b: STOCKS I'.OUCUT AND SOLD 
ON C()MM.1SS10N BASIS 

I'rivate W ire \' ictoria tu \ ancotiver 



iijj C.overnnient Street. 



Phones 2470. J471 




Removal Notice 

\Vc. bctj tu iitJiii) ')ur clicnl- ihal wc have movc.l to larger 
tnd more cottvenicnt offices in th'c Pembei-toii-Bleck. 



Stewart Land Company, Ltd. j 



101, 102 Pembenon Building 






3S5; 

r>i»i 

llSVi 
26% 
.'17% 
, 3T 

177li 

92 

S6 . 

804i 8Ui 

118 Vk J17M. 

>--S0%- 60Vi 



F. W. STEVENSON & GO. 

STOCIC AND BOND BROKERS , 

Members Ghtcago B o ard of Trade 

Victoria Stockbrokers Association i 

104-106 Pcmbcrton Building - Corner Fort and Broad Streets 






17 a. 



-UM 



'*i 



73 
60 V.. 



...... ■;•;!'- ■-" ■■•■£'■ 1* •■• C 

ti*%tiishe(^-b»i^ K. W. fc!ieven#6»-& Gtf:) 
London copper: Futures. 69-2-6. sales 

sales 2l«<i. tons. , ^„^,^.„ 

Standard coj>per. »l2v50«(rit;.60. 
Tin. $M.25@3«<5. ' 
JueSd. »4.40#t.60. 




ORDERS-EXECUTED :9N \6J^LE^^^ 
Dealers in Local Stocks, Municipal, Government, Railway, 
Trust and All Other Debentures 



Private Wires to Chicago, New York, Boston and Montreal 



i.,l»e--t^ Ught,bh ac-lpomini 



counts rather than f» extend the samej^t. West Perm, 
over" election. 



disposition deemed tu., 

han to — .., - , 

On tlW irecession good 
support was f,--". '>nvM,- and sentimeiit 
on the whole -• rB-tHei" *h«er- 

ful but profeh ' . . luons. as has 
been the case for some tlme..,.!jpminated 
the ac«o«- <*<-4he mftj ^jji^ne Ae c^^on 
ot tbe;interstatfo-Comn»ens»^-4r0mm>s- 



53SaB 




Gt. West Perm, (b ) . . 
Pacific Whaling com. 
Pac. Whaling pfd. .. . 

Stewart Land 

•"• A. Scrip 



Try a Glass of 





QejCT^dy 



'imr 




WITH 



Bitt»r Creek 

Gliclor Creek ... 
.--iMaln Reef ..../.'.. 
"* Q. K. Fraction . . . 

Portland Canal . . 

Portland 'Wonder 

Red Cliffs i 

fitewari ,S17 and D 

Klaskhib 

Tjaf^'luTti 

lAtcky Calumet . . 

Lucky Jim *.,.. 

Lucky' Jim . . .". . . 

Ntlpget Gold 



710,09' 



.80 

. .13 
.05>/i 
.03 



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VICTORIA STOCK EXClBCANOE. 

Stock — : .. ^ 

Alberti CaKiadJan Oft. 
Anier. Canadian, (311.... 
Canadian Northwest. QH 
Alberta Coal and t-'o^*- - ■ -rs.7 'ini- 
DiamOTid Vale C. and-C~^ :,..^»*4h— IS-??' 
International C. and C. . ,67 ' .68>,2 
NIcora Vfflley C, ftUd C. . ' ' .8d .SOli 

Royal ComcHea .-..,.. .86% .26«.i 
B. C. Perth, Loan *.*.v,.141»iOO' ... 

on Trust C6, ■ -t^^^'M. Z'-^, li 

it.).. .. turn iii.M 

.124.ffO 127.0Q 
. 65.00 75.00 
. 88.00 - »B.OO 

.. moo 

780.00 

.17 

.56 

..03 

.2C 

.sa 
a.w 

.15 

.06% 

:.,05^ 

■■■■a* I 

Gold '-'i* l-iS'i, 

Rmbler Carlbdo .25 .29?,, I 

Snowstorm • . .- ;!",,■ nV 

Sjiowshoe .... .Oj',4 .'h 

,. .. .. Sales 

,■£00 Portland Canal 

"' Tanoouver Stock fiaWa 

tirpO""Portliinf| CtniHl Mining at 




\- 



at .25j ' 1000 at 



26 C 



OIL CO. 

: . - — : . '" 1 1 r r- - I 
■ ,'*,''** ' • ■ > 

This Co-rap.an^ has brouf iTritr-rts-^tot ^fa?^^ 
--wfijl WknQWjyntt^few^-days^wilkhglXia^ng regular ^liveries 
of oil within 3 weeks. 

1 hav? a few shares which I have re-pufc^hase*! fcrt^ sale at 

60c. per Share 



r 



Worth at least $1 today. 



.^■-n 







An^ Be at Peace with the "World 



To Be>iiad .it MX Reputable Hotels, Bars or Clubs 




KKortUiid Canal .MllrinS':at;-J:^ .' 
lOOrrsJted Cliff at .85, ^ 

5000 Alberta Coal and COKC at .03 It- 

,rV.i iiiit.'iiiiNTi^ - — ■ ' TiT ii n . ■ >, » . 

VICTORIA 

STOCKBROKERS 

ASSOCIATION 

fllllbtsn jiiocJ< 

Officers and Members, 1910 1 

orricERS: - H 

President.; H. Marl In; Vice-president, 
F W .Stevenson; lion. Trea.s.. 1). M. 
Uogor's; Hon. Secretary, V. A. G. Eliot. 

Executive— N. B. Gresley. l\ Oldliam. 
J. von Alvcnsleben. 

MEMBSBB: 
J. von Alvosleben. Government Klreat. 
j'. F. Arbucklo, 121 OLsngley Street. 
1-: Bra'nnier, Pemberton Block. 
V A G F.Hot, 112'J Govt^rnment Street. 
n' B cVealev, Pemberton Block. 
a' f" GnrfitUs, LunsLoy Stre<4l. 
n' M Humble, Vaneouvor. 
]." |.. AicLuchlan, Board of Tntdo Bldg. 
s Mii,f»|'. '^•''' View Street. 
I' OldllBm. 11-2 Government Street. 
\Villianf*PiKolt, Bottrd of Trade Bldg. 
A G. M'iward Potts, .Hii2 Broad Street 
H .1 I'orry, Fcmberton Block. 
V. yi riummor, 121 1 Government Btroet 
R.'B. Ptirinett.-lVItthon Block. 
f" Ritchie, Mkhen Block. 
D M. Rogei-G. 034 View Street. 
F W. Stevenson, Pemli.M'l.>n Block. 
J n. \Vas;horn. Vancouver. 
j' H. Whltinme. Duncan. 



' I' 



A, T, Fram pton 

Pemberton Buildrng, "^^^ictoria. Fiscal Agent. 



rrrrariT-ii'i-' 



'.•,.,/■."•' >.!•''■' 



, Note.--Shares are feeing offered, at riglicttlous 
prices by Brokers whojiave not tife ^tock. Please 
irusist on delivery. 




YIP WING 

General Commission 
Agency 

CrtllSotor. Employment Bureau. 

Contractor, Interpreter and Trans- 
lator. Office at tho llrni of 

STJUr LEE YUEW ft CO., 
Shoe Manufacturer, No. 1625 Gov- 
ernment St., Victoria, B. C. 
p G Box 2'n. Itoui-s 10 to- 
ll n. m., 1 to ■! p. TTi. Phone 2597. 



BARGAIN! 



On PrincOBS Ave., al'nvo Blanch- 
ard .street Hiwl .iust wrut of 
City Park, ne\^^ six-room bunga- 



low 



$3200 



SSno rssh and $25 per -month. 
iii.'liiflini,- ■ inlcrosl, will liun- 



R. D. MacLachlan 

Board of Trade Building. 
Phon» 2106. 




R. P. RITHET & CO., LTD. 




Silica Brick and Lime Co.Ltd. 

By Order of tho Trustees under Ueben- 

• tiir.^ Ti'tistHe.d. - - -T 

Messrs. Stewart Williams & Co 

i v<.-lll '-.-11 l>.v r.ililif AM"ti.'fi. on 

i Saturday, the 12th day of Nov., 1910 

i at 11 o'clock in th« forenoon 

I at llif 

I Driad Hotel. Victoria. B. C. 

I Tl'c iin.i.^riHklnf,' HO'l all tUo proporty 
1 ,i'l a^-^.n.H of'lhe .Silica Brink and 1-lmp 

■ I ,'>I■llM;l^ l.!n\Ued. a.-j a Koin^ concern, i 
juui «',i'-li <'.)inpri.Mi! in parlicular the 

' i'i.-,li.)ld l,.,un..1« rorminjf tho site of Ihel 
i ,-.-,mpHnv's Brick and . Lidu-" Wbrks' ivt 
I \tUlns rtidin^f. -Ka.iulmalt TJistrict, H, t:., 
'■'md being pHrt (1< acres or tlierealmittsl 

■ l.f section' 10.'> and>ll section 11 ;i (ab..ut [ 
|l4'> aires) lOx.inlmalt Dlstrlel. and nil' 

biilldi nu'-^ ther.»on nn-l the brirk nnd| 
lump mnkhiK plant, machinery,, 

iiMtlnir- st.ick in trade, toolH, iniple- ^ 
I ment.M an.l other chattels and effects-)n 
1 upon and about said premises. I 

I Further pB.'tioilar.s CiUi bi> had and 
' .on. nil. 'OS of sale se.^n on appllrntloji 

l.elnK mude theref'T itt the company s 
Uffl.-es, numb.T hi2 Knrt slmet. Vie- 

t.H-n, or fit the offlops of the A.ietlon- 

,.,.r«.' m.mbtr "T I'ort street. Vatoria, 



NOTICE 



One month aff " ^'■■•- ' "M-nd . to a|,- , 
ply £Qr.,a ronew.i : .. . .lel Ucense.J 
Mtuat^ St TeleKraph Creelc, and know.T, 
lis the Stickine Hotel. 

A. K. BKLKKY. 



IF YOU HAVE ANY 

Stocks for Sale 

Lilst thetti -With me and I will try 
ahd Hell tJiem Tor y -.u nt t!^o bf^-t 
price obtalnivble. 



N. B. GRESLEY 

stock Broker, Insurance and 

R»al Estate Agent 
Room 13-2, I'emV>«rton Block. 



i^GHORN. 

JGWYftN&Co 



Stocklirokers anA rinanolia AVMlW 

▼anoouTor, 

Funds Invested for Clie'ivt* oa Mort- 

graces and UeaJ Estate. 

MINING SI-lARBa 

Dealers Sn Government, MunlCipeL 

p.flllway. Trust and other d«U*ntare«. 

Stocks on London. New Tork. MOB- 
treiil ^nd Torohto KxchanieB boucntm4 
sold on Commission. 



NOTICE 

tiQtroa ACT, 19.10. 

(.section 12.) 
NOTIt'l'^ Is lii'reby glxen that, ort th« 
first dsy of D*'cemi>er pext, appUoatlOll 
will 1)ft mtule to the Superintendent of 
i'rnvtnclnl Police for renewal of the 
hotel llrt-nfie to sell lifiuor by retail In 
the hotel known as the Goldstrwam ho- 
U'l situate at noid.«treani, Eaqulmiiit 
di.strl.t. In llic Province of British Co- 

Dated ibis 10th day of Octobe r 1910, 
W. MlTiLBR. 

awUAmiu. 



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TuM4«y, Nav«mb«r 8, 1910 

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmam 



VICTOBIA DAILIP, CX)LOiaST 



17 



TOeiVALIDHY 
OF COMPANIES' ACf 



Montreal Branch of Manufac- 
turers' Association to Take 
Case Before ttie f.ourts-- 
Minister's Statenient. 



According to of recent iniblicatipn In 
the Montreal Star, it has bei^n deter- 
ii.inod by a number oi' the manufact- 
urers ot Quebix-, -who cire affected by 
Us operation, lu tost the validity of the [ o'clock 
Provincial statute of lust session uir- 
der which license foes and registra- 
tion ^re retiuired of extra- Drovlnclal 
trades comi^tinifs . doing business la 
this WesienT province. This decision 
io stated to have been arrlvt'd at the 



■^■t 



ut 3!)4 per cent. Time loans etrongrer; 
60 aiiU y.O dayu, 5 P«r ctjnl; itix mouth* 
■*%4f5 per cent. Prime mercantH* pa- 
I)er 5M!<Cf6 per eeut. Sierlliig exchange 
eaxy, with actual JjualnenB ]ii baiiker«' 
bills at H.K1.6C4J 4.S1.7& fur 60 ' days, 
unJ ai I4..8U.60 for d«mand. Commer- 
cial bllla MtslVa. Hot Bllver, 5B%c. 
.\le.\U-aii dollurw ^7 ctiUw. Biimls, KOV-"| 
■ •niiiifius -steuUv: railroads, llriii. 

LEGAL INTELLIGEWCE I 

Before Ijampman/Cu. J. 
Bilteucouft vs. TViroup: This was/ 
a Criminal Ai>j)cal under the Summary I 
Jurisdiction Act. Kmanual Throup ' 
own.s a place at KooUe where he lives, i 
and a place at Otter rolnt. On Sun- 
day, the -.'Bth of August la-st he went 
to his. place at Otter V'olnt tuid set 
fire to a blf,' brush fence about ihroo 
in tile afternoon. At six 
o'clock he went away and left it. Th» 
fire was set pursuant to a jiermit Is- 
sued by Superinlendent Uussey. The 
At't retjiiircs a fire set l<> lie carefully 
watched -over, managed and cared for. 
The evIdenctJ -of the. neighbors was 




BIG APPLE SHOW 



couver's Exhibition Demon- 
strated Superiority of B. C. 
Fruit Over^Qther Products. 



tliirlj-rjri Hhat the fife burned until the 7th of 



a meeting- attented by ■^>ma 
three manufacturers of the Montreal I SepteitiberWhen it._develO!>e«l Into a 
branch of the .C. .M. A., and y^'as em- j big fire burning quite a bit of timber 
bodied in the appended resolutlwn oh — adjoining "lands. Throup claimed 
which passed with unanlmlt,>". , that he had come back on the foUow- 

"That in the oi>inion of this meeting i|,g day and looked at the fire and 
It is desirable that the~'assocla,tlon j that It was out. The judge held that 
should take such step - .nay bo j whether that was the fatit or not his 

deemcil advisable, by iim. ca«se nr \ leavihgr the fire on Sunday night to 
otherwise, to bring to an Issue the j burn unwatched for~twelve hours, and 
ouestlon of the validity of the provi- j going away six miles, was an Infrac-- 
Bions of the Companies Act of British, tlon of tlie Act. The Judge further 



l> Brrty' Clifr«rdl 

In "The Otri, Ui« U«ni and the 
Qamo," which in booked at the Vic- 
toria Theatre on Wedneaday. Nov. 9, 
l« . a ihow packed.., fuU of aongB and 
lauirhter. The plot is pure farce. In- 
t^Mpersed amOng the many ludicrous 
situttlons are many songs that have 
the lilt and go that make thein in- 
., .stumly i)opular. Billy (Single) Cllf- 

Mri E. McGaffcy Says Van- ford, than whom there is no more popu- 

lar singer " on the stage, sings the 
song.s, and heie are some of the titles: 
"I ('uiit .Miss that Ball Game," "A 
Twig of ,sii!imrock," "ilus Anybody 

I jut a KIH.S ti> Spare? fhat. Was All, 

Nothing More," "Italian Love," "How'd 
Vou Like to Marry Me?" "Moon Talk," 
■'Meet Me Tonight In Urtfamland," 
"That Dreamy Rug,' uiul -t^trherH. --• 



"The nest show 1- ever altetideJ. both 
for vai-lety and the excellent general av- 
erage of the exhibits," is- the. way Mr. 
Ernest .McOaflVy. Hecretary of the Van- 
couver -l.siaiid Development League, sums 
up his Impressions oi' the Vancouver Na- 
tional Apple,' Bh.'W, :U which h.; vva.s a 
visitor last week. 

"The carlQad exhlblf.pL.JClns of 'l'.)ni|.- 



De Wolf Hopper 
l>e VViilf lloijper, accompanied by 
Miss Loul.se Dresser, his, original Xew 
York company, and the ii'iost attractive 
chorus ever organize.l, will be seen at 
the Vl( toriii Theatre on Thur.sday 
eyenlng in his most reoont Neu'. York 



PASS 





VIEW STEI 



Nfew Extension Will be Sixty- 
Six Feet in Width— Team- 
sters' Threat Drives Coun- 
cil to Action, ■ 



kins, shown by the Victoria Fruit Urow- i^^^^ chiciigo Huccesa, "A Matinee Idol 



Columbia relative to extra- provincial 
companies." . '. " ' "_■ 

The Montreal Taper adds-,; , , 7 
"The British Columbia grovernment 
has uyestioncd the right of the Federal 
government" to interfere in this in- 
stance. Ttje act itsGiris of such na- 
ture that it practically aims at over- 
riding Dominion cliarters. .For., this. 
reason, companies in possession of Do- 
n.lnion charters and doing business in 
British Columbia, are subject to con- 
ditions con3lde-.M onerous. The Brit- 
ish Cclumbla act contains no except- 
ing provision as those of other acts 
ar.d establishes heavy penalties for 
vr.!icense(i-compahies doing business in 
the province. Another provision dis- 
ables unlicensed companies from suing 
In the courts, a clausp which is regard- 
ed as a menace and a standing invita- 
tion to dishonest debtors to repudiate 
their obligations by taking refuge be- 
hind the AcL" • 

■.Minister's Statement. 

; When, spoken to with reference to 
tldn threatened^ i<e)a%,, .Tease, Attorney 
General Bowser said that he h^ al- 
ready read the "Star" article in quea- 
tion.' The secretary of thfi Canadian, 
Manufacturers' asaociatl©n;~Jiie tt^dedr 
some time ago liad asked liirii if he 



isaid he was not satisfied that the 
fire was out on T^Tonday as it was not 
consistent wit! idence of other 

witnesses. Tlu w.o- hacT been:^tri6d 
at ■ Sooke on tl)e l^tli of October be-" 
•fore Justices' of the Peace Arthur 
Ployer and John Murray,' Who dis- 
m-lssed the information. The judge 
fined -him $60, the minimum fine under 
the Act, and cpsta." , 
payle, fo r Thr pup; *a.it, for tbe 

-prpsecutldiSir" '■• .;:-^'-----r-' — , ' - ■ " ■> . 

U*— 



:'}- 







Odds in New York Election are 
Three to One on John A, Dix 
for ■ Governor— ^Final Ap- 
peals to Voters. 



■#i 






would give a test cttse in ordeP that the 
validity of the statute mipht be de- 
termined; and he iiad promptly re- 
. plied that he couW not ^oe that At was 
hl3 place to takj^ such -a coursf ahd 
lliercby cast a <Jdubt \jti>on theiValid- 
ity of his owrf legis lation, fie had 
been asked if he Would TBring~oirarc5Sg" 
under the act, whereby the desired test 
might be obtained, and had answered 
that such an opportunity would be 
•very shortly be presentetl in. all prob- 
ability, as the officers of the depart- 
ment were now engaged in working up 
two or tli?4D cAsiea, the defea,dants in 
which wotilfi doubtless be only too well 
pleased to have the Manufacturers' 
association step in and. fight their. bai«- 
tie for them. 

That there is .any necessity for such 
a special test case does not, however,- 
appear, 'since the entire Issue is con- 
tained in the stated case shortly tt* be 
submitted for final adjudication. In 
this case a determination is a*ked for 
as to th^ copipeTenrp of n Province to- 
restrict or linflt Within such province 
the business operation's, of companies 
incorporated„under Dominiorr'Tarw; and 
also as to whether a province may 
r-rohiblt such companies from engag- 
ing in buglncs's within the province 
•until a j)rescribecHlcanse for the pro- 
■vlnce -Is taken out arid the fees at-~ 
" taching to the issiiaiice~of"8uch license 
are duly paidV"" ■ 

BRIDGE BUILDER HERE 



NeW^ YOnK, K'ov. 7.-^08Sip had tt 
today and tonight that the campnlgji. 
betting odds In the last pre-election 
hours ^were-Cbeti^een B to 1 on Dl'x an'jl 
3H to 1 &n 'pix. .The Republlcanp 
charge,| iiovif^v^, that - the betting & 
largely Jflctitlou* and that the prices are 
-qttotcd-*for- "wash^" bets only. 

It, was reported tonight that just after 
the close of the stock exchange forths 
day. one broker offered J20,<t00 to 
$6,000 on t)lx, and fo'und no Stlmson 
takers. It Is said that ' longer odds of 
3% to 1 were accepted early today. A 
bet. of $6,000 to $5,000 that plx would 
have a plurality, of 50,000 In the state 
was reported. -— - — ^ 



er«' association, wu.s a inaKuificciil dl.M 
Play of fruit," he says. "It well earned 
the first jiily .u In lis claHS. The e.xTilblt 
by the Kelowna board of tnido, particu- 
larly the carload of Jonatlinns; which 
took-the sweepstake prize, was very re- 
markabU^. Another exhibit, that of Mr. 
R. H 'I'>)rtune. of Salmon Arm,- was the 
best iiiUlvidualone In the show, and was 
awarded a $500 prl-^e, Thl.s_ exhibit was 
composed of Jonatluiii.s, Northern Spies, 
and King of 'rUoiiipklnb, all In red, with 
a background of black velvet, decorated 
in the Centre with red carnations. I'^tich 
apple was so perfect hi size and so near- 
ly alike In shape, that at a very short 
distance away the general exhibit pre- 
sehtWJa wiiax-ltke appearance. 

"Outside of the splundld carloaa^lots, 
the exhibit of Mr. Fortune's waa the 
nioKt striking. The individual exceU 
lence of many of the exhibits In boxes 
an d plat e s was so great that -it might 
be'said' fo' approach absolute perfection. 
Some of the exhibits of winter banana 
vuf Jefl6S "^Sre BO transparent, delicate 
and .of such exciuisitc coloring as to 
suggest the rarest of porcelain. 

"While . this apple show was opeiS to 
the -worta, and while t iiere were 273 ex- 
hibitors, it -was noticeable that but 31 
of these 'came from points outside 'pf 
the province of British Columbia. The, 
fam«;>u8 apple bearing districts of Ore- 
gon and Washingtoni Were well and not- 
ably represented, but British Columbia 
and i Vancouver Island apples easily 
swept the boards, both in number anil 
excellence of exhibits. 

"M\wtv eaooura«rlng feature- of the 
show, tis far .as Vancouver Island ohd 
Its adjacent Islands are concerned, wore 
the exhibits from Salt Spring Island, 
Mayne Islsmd, West Pender Island, and 
Qabrl.ola Island. -^ These demonstrated 

to 



This sung cunerty, wj-iich is the latest 
form of iruisionl e+itertaliimeiit, Is more 
than a mowtCiil iiom-ed>-. It Is a clean 
cut, screamingly funny comedy with a 
musical .setting. IT set &n New York 
agog wlii.n it waa produced there last 
season, and scored so decisive a suc- 
cess that it ran first for. three months 
at Daly'.s Theatre'aild was then moved 
to the Lyric, where 4t remained for 
the sariie~4«ng'th of time. 

New Grand Theatre. 

Frederick llallcn, and -Mi.ss Mollie 
Fuller added another success to their 
already long list when they opened 
here yesterd.iy iat the Grand with "A 
Lesson a t- ^1 |^ . ra.," the new comedy 
playlet they a.fe' doing the Sullivan 
Consldne circuit with. There was a 
full hou.Te'to see the sliow aiid^cvery 
act found favor for every act was the 
kind that pleases cri'tle-al audiences, 
Mr. llallen and Miss •Jj\iller have a 
playlet which gives both room to dis- 
play tfi(l5tr~tatHnts and capabilities In 
the cornedy btialness well, and tliere 
In not a slow moinent In t'he act from 
the tiinjB , Mr, ttallen first >ppear8_ as 
the burglar until the duel scene be- 
Mveen the husband and the burglar at 
the end of the act. 

The Rials who' We a" team ..i acro^ 



tlte fact that the islands adjacent 
VancotJj^-eyf Island possess the same! ad- 
vantages ',m frtiit growing distriots aa 
aTe~ro~Tjr^*5'iiWTn^^ t^^^ vic- 

inity of^ictorla. 

' "^^ill.. •*-'^^'*iiKed 



The proposed, extension of View 
street from Broad street through t.. 
Government street will be made sixty- 
six feel Instead of sixty as at first 
proposed. When the necessary reso- 
lution to extend the thoroughfare 
came before the council last, evening 
It was polnte<J out by Alderman itan- 
nermaii that since the David Spencer 
Limited had purchased the property 
owned by Henry Young ,& Coiiipany 
it would be easy to widen the street 
as there would be no question of com- 
pensiitiiMi to be paid the latter firm 
bei-aiiH«- ..r the manner in which a 
sixty- foot street Would cut up the 
property leaving a portion which 
would be practically useless.' 

Mayor Morley believed it would be 
wiser to expropriate a strip seventy- 
two feet in width' which would 
effectually protect the city's interests 
in the future. The city would not 
have t.) pay materially more for that 
aiuouul of laud. The other members 
of the board believed a sixty-six foot 
width would be ample. 

Tlie resolutions inoviding for a 
wood block pavement between Gov-' 
eminent street and Douglas street and 
an asplielt pavement between JSlanch- 
ard street .and Opok street were also 
passed, a pavetnent between^Douglas 
aod—Blanchard, streets has , already 
been passed, 'in addIt1oiT,T>rovis^itm^- 
was made for underground conduits 
for electric light wires, and a system 
of cluster lights similar to_xhose in- 
stalled on Douglas and Yates streets. 
The amount required for expropriating 
the required lands for extending View 
street will be paid wholly by the own- 
ers on the street. The city will raise 
the necessary money on its credit and 
the debentures issued will be repay- 



"A. Ballantyne, Vaooouver; J. C. John- 
ston, Montreal; H. %-Tuttl«, Toronto; 

F. Downe, Stratford."' Ont; H. Young. 
Vancouver; J. McKlven, Calgary; Fran- 
cis McCabe, Portland; C. C.Doods, .To- 
ronto; W, I... Burns, Varfcoi>ver; A. W. 
Whetmore. Seattle: R. Parsons. Seattle. 

At the Xlar B4warA>- 

Wm. Gidley, J. C, Oldley. Duncans; 
L. K. Lytton, New Vork; W. V. Archer, 
Vancouver; F. R. Richtor, Mrs. Richer. 
Keremoe, 'B. C; Mr. and Mrs. A. BIs- 
sett, J. E. Walker. Vancouver; A. R. 
I>ingma(,n, Toronto; John Pcbk, New 
Westnlnster; W. ,J. Graves. /Edmonton; 
A. C. Tabb,- F-. Veltch, Chelhalnua; B. 
Veltch, London, Eng.j L. C. Wilson, T. 

G. Mitchell, Vancouver; 13. T. Caldwell. 
MrH. Caldwell and child, Seattle: J. 
Manson, Vancouver; Hoyai Welsh La- 
UieM' Choir, Heatlle; l^'rank Reedi-r, Col- 
wood; Kdmund C, Curti.v, Vancouver; 
lOdward C. West, Koenigs. 

D. B.' _Bowey, Winnipeg; Mrs. Oscar 
Richards.' Tacoma; K. Dee, Mrs. D. Mrs. 
Tymun, Lady.smilh; C. H. Turnbull, Mrs. 
London, Dnt.; A. K Marion, .Mfs. Marlon, 
Seattle; W, Harrison, Stewart; F. Kejlar, 
Mls.H B. Howe, .Spokane; H. Nay. Pierce, 
Cal.; ivi. A. Kraltz. M. U. KimpKou, Se- 
attle; G. W. Fra.<!or,' Beecher Bay; O. -V. 
Hovill, r?oyal Oak; A. J. M. Hosom. Se- 
attle; T. RoUbltt. Vancouver; Mrs and 
MisH Hock. Diincanjj H Kry. Mrs. Fry, 
ChenmlnuH; H. Keast" T. P. Long. Cow- 
ichan Lake; J. Jaynes, Duncans; O. 
Murray, New Westminster; L. Fox, K. 
Q-.Veil, .Seattle; T. Fulton, Colwood; J. 
-Waugh, Vancouver; W. Gealoy,i J, B. 
Knox, Mrs. Knox, Duncans; Miss M. 
Mayer Tacoma;, F. C. Lloyd. Vancouver; 
B. C. Bulman, KeatliiL;; 1'.. Bachelor, 
Salt Sprliii? Islaml. 



HHBISIGNS 
M YALE SEAT 



Hon. Richard McBrlcle to Sit 
fbr Victoria — By-Election 
This Month— The Crop of 
Candidates. 



It 1h understood that Hon. Mr. 
Bride will tomorrow tran.smlt to 



tats with a foreign blstery^ and repu 

tatlon behind theni," achieved a sue- able by the owners over a, period of 



cesa for their •ibl.e bar and ring: work. 
■ytHpytare acrobats extraorrtinary and 
v4!l Ijiejl drawihgr ciard for the Govern- 
mtnt Street vaudeville house. , :~: — 



."The m anagement Of the ai>ple show 



is to be comtnended fcu" the pubUe- 
splrltednesB ^ and liberality with which 
the plans were carried out. No pains 
nr Pvp«nB« were BPa^ed to make the 



Alf J. Camm. a ventrlloQuIaiti' ,*lth 
Theira, a dramatic reciter and "Chunk" 
a dummy, prpyidOithe.g-reat big laugh 
of the bill nnd the enjoyable feature 
fcr the children. ■ GhunH is finally 
-brought — doy n aro oag^ — tfte~*udiente 
where he gives an exhibition of his 
Clevernesa and Mr. Caram . ^gets an 
ovation for his ventrHoqulail effCiCU so, 
'eI<?Be tcv'.theaiiiiigtjce, ^^7'' '. ',.^;.,..' .:;.,. 

Romain, a maatar of the yiplin. pos- 
scBEfis a very BW«?t -.'onedTlnstrunnent, 
and the^hroe re^dlition* lie^^ves fliid 
ntuch_* appreciation. the lianclng 
Broiyn j^SjTTfSir many steps .new to 
dancing- exports and foots hla way 
cleverlyL^lhroUgh amaze calculations,, 
keeping to step all., the. tlma .^ji. 



Dp. 



J. A. Waddell, of Famous Firm of 
Engineers a Visitor in City 



Among the distinguished visltora at 
present in Victoria Is Dr. J, A. L. Wad- 
dell, of the firm of Waddell & 'HHTrinK- 
ton, engineers and bridge specialists, 
which has had the riharge of some of the 
greatest strtictures of this nature on 
tlie 4>'nerlcan continent, not excepting 
the trans-Fraser bridge at New . Wcst- 
. minster, -durlnfr thf l.ulbllngsff which. 
they acted on behalf of thegoverrtment 
, fe. supervising engineers, fhe, firm Is 
permanentljr — ^retained ■ as consulting 
brldfte engineers ,1^' the Mlesourl PacT/fc 
railway. coVnpaTiy" and Iron Mountain 
system, the Kaiisas City Southcrn.'-rtlie 
Minneapolis and St. Louis railway, tfie 
Iowa' Central,' the -lienveJF", Lai-amte and 
Northwestern, the" city of Kantfas, etc. 
jlmbng the famous bridges built or 
supervisee^ In constrndtlon by the flrni 
mar bfl me1pin^nt•!^ "^ T'-.v^ '^reelt 
bridge at,- 'Vanc^ iisduri 

le-, Mo , the :Ct»l- 

Tex., the ycrtlc- 

liie SaernrlK'nfo at 



", Much Stimson money from Buffalo 
appeared late this afternoon but the 
askers wanted 4 to I and. found no tak- 
ers, A peculiar feature of the specu- 
lative rodprdB— tWa year . has been that 
whereas Ih general the odds tend to 
tighten at the last moment, this time 
they^ h*ve lengthened— 4«-currerit report 
at I'ea^J:^ ... \ "■, 

The New 'STpfk gubernatcrlal cam- 
paign passed into history today with 
Henry— L, Stlms'bn, the Repubiicari_ can- 
didate! and The|(Bore Itoosevelti hAS 
leading. backer, raiBking last appeals for 
'.vc^tea. ■ 

The final word on the Democratic sld^ 
%as spoken Sunday'nlght, when JoHn A. 
Dix, head oT'ithe ticket, sent Mr. Stim..»on 
his answer to the twelve tjuestions tele- 
graphed by Mr. Stlmson to Mr. Dlx. 

Mr. Dlx spent the ' last day of the 
campaign at home. Mr. Stlmson occu- 
pied tho morning preparing lan answer 
to hiis rival's letter of Sunday and the 
-rest of the day on the stump or in an 
automobile hurrying between political 
rallies. 



meht Is to be further congraliilated on 
tlie thorough manner in which the show 
was presented to Uie public. During 
its progress a Very high-class entertain- 
ment was provided both afternoons and 
evenings, music both Instrumental and 
vocal of a high order being given to- 
gether with danding by members of the 



show a .notable one from the stand- , ,. . .•?«•» 

point of an apple exhibit. The manage^ thofnas J, Pffce is biWed for a Sohg 



with Illustrations and ' there are the 
moving pletiires, too, 



Up Buffalo Hunt 

WINNIPEG. Nov. 7.— A .despatch 
received by -the 0. P. R. today from fday 
Helena. Montana, indicates that the 



others, 

"A most significant lesson of ■ tiie 
show was to prove beyond ftll cauii. 



state is golrjg to tight to the bitter end 
Forty-Eighth Highland Regiment and I any attempt, of Canadians t,o kUi off 

the balance.- of the Pablo buffalo herd.; 
F. E. Coif. Of the land department,' 
one of those who confemplatec", talflifiifj 
part in the hunt, received" a letter 
from a friend in Calgary, which «ays; 
"I think .vt>«--had better stay" In Cana. 
dianierfi'tory unless yotr would like tV 
spend the balance of the winter In 
Jail in Montoiia. asTI see the mini* 
mum sentrade. Is six months." 



P0IS01\1ED BY PORT 

One Van.couver IMan~Deid alhid-Thred! 
in Danger as Result of Drink- 
ing Bottie of Wine 



river !> 
''^oarado ■ 
al llf' 
Teham 
over III 



. VANCOtrVER. Ndv. 7.— Ab a result of" 
drlnklng .a bottle of port wine on Sun- 
day iiigbtlna. house op Eighth/avenue, 
Fairview. four Frenchmen' "were pol'.' 
soned. One of; these is dead, two olh.' 



era are ferlously 111 and the fourlli has 
dtBappeAro.i 

The man who succumbed was Louis 
ToKeiiary. who lived On Eighth avenue.- 
East, While Bmll Delander an^ Henri 
•Choclett— ape- wtlii ill frqm tlieleffecta 
of the dt-lnk" The wine Vi'ae piiroha8,ed ^• 
at -a— VtiUor store on .iJordova street 



that thi' province 6T British Columbia, 
with Vancouver Island'ahd its adjacent 
Islands. profvldB- the very best— districts 
■for apple j^rowlng to N orth America. , 

It is only ab^ut ten years ago since 
apple culture was begun in this, pro v- 
I Inee^ and the results In thiA time are 
as.tonlshlDg Indeed. There are no better 
apples grown anywhere . than on "VSan-" 
couver Island and. the mainland, dis- 
tricts of the province. Oregon. Wash- 
ington, Colorado, Idaho and other -s4ate8 
of the Union have nothing -to show B. C. 
in superiority as to the coloring and 
size of the fruit- In a number of tho 
'districts in British Columbia, notably 
ctri Vancouver Island and the islands in 
the Straits of Qeorgia, there is no need 
of irrigation. , This makes TKc- apples 
grown in these ^latrlcts superior In 
fiuallty and flavor t& the fruit pro- 
ducnd In Irrigated bel'ls. An apple 
grown naturally Is Superlc? in quality 
of'\flosli, desirability of flavor, firmness 
and lasting qualities to a.pple8 grown on 
irrigated soil. Th6re is a large area of 
naturally irrjgateti land available for 
tltff cultivation of apples In British Col- 
•umhla, -and In thesui, districts, there are- 
ideal^ circumstances for theT'cultl vallum 
of such produce. These all round con- 
ditions will undoubtedly eventually 
make '"British Cofumbia in general and 
Vapcouver iKland : in particular the 
greatest apple growing cotmtry' In the 
world. - 

« ■ •^~ — 



SEVEN THOUSAND 
NIESONIISI 



Half Yearly Coiirt of Revision 
Completes its Work on Vic- 
toria Voters' _ Roll— Other 
Revision O'istricTs. , ' \ 



." TRBTCfsifnrtSirl" '- 

T]ie CortThenlro Company conjtinuos 

aadrjrir- enn dayt ttig hf th»'-tegr-r---mwry:^--^»^'*'^^g--^ti' roseate complim'ents 



itV4jtl 

the 



(erllral- lift bridee 
Mlssissrtppl at; Kelthsbur'g, Til 



opefied: and dratUc It at TaK 'j tnc rytglTmiBt^.. 
It was not long before They bcgw^^4o 
feel the effects.- FCBi-ing that iHny had- 



ihe Missouri river brid«s^at Sioux CK.v. j been polacmed, they trl<y)hon.}a, for the 
ia.. the Mtssouirl i<Iver br'lilge at Jcf* I Pollc6. Soriseftiit Howl and Constable 
ferson. ^*" <i.- i.- • .>,.:..,. , . ! t.-m..«rt went o,v«ir In tJie ftuto'moblle pa. 

AlexB. .i^i£j.ao^fl»4^^i!«i»n«*i*^efl4s* 

bridge .-u .Mis-nij.u .M..iit.. th.. .Mlijsuyii j i!iii'i'-r aiKl^ f'hocfctt very .lll«,'*hl^ 
■Iflver-- bridge between l-J*Jt,"OmH!ni nn'vi } weif< f.>l(i ttiat 
Council .BluffSr-the Red, liver ' 
Index. T"T, the vertW^lllft lir; 
ilio \\' l'(?r,tla,»dr the- vertical j ^'i 

lift br' .■ ?^( |t.K(iiirl ox. K.'."^..^' ' ^'•■ 



ftrarthr -rtian named 



AMUSEMENTS 



*:f 



Ur. Jurclan uJal ~d.)r. 
were called by 'tJHone 
: n'ian removed "to the 



-.0, and the vm-ii 



u.u.siiimi. , . 
An examlti; 



;i.l inicertaln ■ 



l.rlfl)?. 

tii.ri 1 • 

l\.in..i..- ■ ' ' ' , , 

— • I ■ , were'Tn:' > •(<- 

Koaey in Haw York. — . . ,., ,l«,-.i-. ii,, .1 ...-; a 

NSW~TOBKrK ! ibotit sXx__Ceet In 

strong. .Il^f/^^, per ci.t. lullnc lalo , ;,i-iKi.t,. II.' «!ix I'tnt Hewn walkln« uti- 
ihi per cent; closing bids 8 Va ; offered j steadily along tJranvllle elrect. 



fro n\ jn de d J?a trpn s tvf . thU: piny h n u «" • -^ 
for .-hsylXl^. '.5>wt' ON-er*' a. sensatio; 
success in , '"fMie Kiemlncr Girl," Mi. 
S^insre's and Mr. "Von ^llv.er's' broiler- 
loss and Showgirl-le's§ romimtle oper- 
etta, •-^'hy.there Isn't'a musical pro- 
duction of "^reqent years .8t a.lniost a. 
genorntlon"; which' hna drtred to fly so 
bnizeiilj. ' ■ ii; not 

.'1 -"i\e r ., . "I fr6m 

a- another, the 

,. i .. ;.. .; i aituailons aiid 

trlck.«) which were, laugh-getlinjr onl.v 
because -the playgoer must laugh, tmd. 
Til' his almost Pit tlK'tle desire,. for ex- 

1 .011^ the first 

It in '"The Ki»- 

• iiif, mri", Uiw«-i«- ■w-i'iii..! " "sane 

' 'ii,Brt\'' %rhjr?f*pba'^r> nm-: tefl as. 

.1- : . ■!;(., 
.:i:,;.i :..■ ,;::• : . . :; ..l;.l .i-.illl 

Struggles of spineless musical comedy, 
with it.'! biirking of a niQtronoine 

Vhoru.« n'ld lt.s .shufdlng of oro'.ier feet. 
It will be .seen at tlie Victoria Th»»«tre 

^tonight. 



The half-yearly court of revision viaa 
commenced yes,terday at^tlie law courts 
before the registrar, Mr. Harvey Coombe 
The l^lberal' party ^as represented by 
Messrs. A., B. ifraser, jr5_and Mr. Tim 
Hicks. Mr. Martin 'V^' l^'esent In the 
Interests of -the Soc^lalirits, whilst the 
'Conservative l-nter«i^tB«rp're. watched by 
W. H. Price. Ovei- 400 obje6ttohg_jltild 
ix-en laid, to per.spnB who had removed 
fxoin Victoria olecti|ral district. WMiilst 
the names of some seventy "deceased 
-persons were -eresefl- from- the: list, '•the 
objections, to dupUcates reached oyer 60, 
.SIcrvPinl Ir.nle pejsons piit in «y3 reappear- 
ance fn pr.ive. that they had returned to 
■ ..mly changed 'their ad- 
: parties pre.-enT" were 
clik.-.Oy eoncenuid with oleaniug:..up^.,l,l!e 
llHtr Over 600 new names were addedjIJI^M. 
wlilcfrAvill now3B3»l>35ygr^^^7^^^ 
on the new list. ' • ' /' 

The .Vlcte- i at 

T) so'ck>ck, aii.i " .p •■■■ .i.L, 1.....I. ..i AIT. 
Coombe, to profTee4-i9'Jth live Estiulmttit 
voters li ' ■■ lloiia at '' ■> '. 

TliCL.Usi .witrmTlt 

Mr. W'm. .Giaiiam--:l»eld tUc court . of it» 
vision for the Harml* ruHrur. .nt hi."! of- 
fice on 'rty 

.'lll55f'!li (' rl!- 



fifty years. Towards the pavement 
and sidewalk improvements the city 
will contribute ortfe-third, On the' 
north side of the new' portion of the 
street a ten-foot sidewalk ' will be 
laid with a tlffely«!:*3toot."Walk on the 
south side." '. ' ■-,''..:■ -'■' . 

The threat '.held out by John Jiag- 
gerty and other teamsters who do 
w!?rK.^?OT Jhe citx.lthat unless the in- 
crease in wageiB, recently asked for 
be Immediately, granted they would 
refuse' to do any more teaming for 
the c!^, after the lothvinslant, again 
brougrht up the question- of . the prop- 
^4ety-of- gran ting an- increase n0.t_ only 
to ^e teamsters but also to the civic 
laborers.' Tile teamsters ask $^7- -per 
day instead of »6 they are now get- 
ting, and they point* to tlie increased 
cost ofr-fe«dv: etc.. .and the higher wages 
paid In Vancouver, as' reasons for 
^1|«»; reauest^ '^ '(^hen"%i6 raattii* was 
ui) jnhort time ago It- was decided to 
refer the request of the teamsters and 
laborers to the n^xt eouncll for fav- 
or able c onsideration, but in view of 
the throat of the teamatera the whole 
(^uestlun will be gone into at, next F'rl- 
nlght's meeting of OSfi. streets 
committee. "'f; 

Alderniaa Banncrmnn and Mable 
believed" the request of the teamsters 
:stiould be granted. The city" engineer 
had rei>orted that to do so would add 
Init on^ per cent tb ,_tbe cost^ of th>« 
fivorlcs to , be ' carried "Out by" the city. 
There Is abQUt ISoSTofte worth of work 
silll to be done, "■ ', , ' • 

Mtlyor Moriey helievfifisi that iJr thi^ 
teaiiUaters get ah increase the laborers 
who , had aaited for an Increase of 
twisnty-ttve cents i»er. day should also 
receive the Increase. Either the mat- 
ter should be left to the next council 
or both should r«ceive increa,ses. But 
as a matter of policy it was a bad' 
thing to add to the cost of works after 
the engineer, had figured on, them for 
'the year. • " . , ; V' 

Aldermen. McKeown. ,I'SiM(»pton and 
Bishop were also in favor of the in- 
crea.ses being made, while Alderman 
Mable urged that the ijuestion of the 
laborers' wages retjuired more investi- 
gitlon and Alderman Raymond sug- 
gested letting the whole nlatter of in-' 
creases stand over for the time 
being. This was finally decided upon. 
■TJie necessity of more Cully pro- 
tecting the shore at Ross Bay cem- 
getary was raised in a commtinlcatlon 
from the caretaker- at the^cefnetery. 
wim averred that tho-present sea wall 
Is^Jijadequate and wlR not stand the 

wimer. 
engineer was Instructed to t-eport 



At the Somlnlon — 

G. Todd, Prince Rupert; Miss Palmer, 
London, Eng.; Miss M. Crawley, Eng- 
land; John Steill, San FrancJscoL_'W. H. 
Selfert, Seattle; Wm. Hooper. Nelson; 
W. L. ForrestT Stewart', B. C.; W. F. 
Wooton. P. Brown. England; H. M. 
Leonard, New York; .E. Simmons, Ban- 
held, B. C; Wr. and Mra. Fred Hallen, 
N'ew York; P. Nickelsen, Banfleld, B. C; 
C. QulUlan, Miss Roberts, Vancouver; 
.las. W. Kobb. New York; W. J. -Kerr, 
New Westminster; .1. Kelly. New York; 
C. Ccott, W. R. Brown. J. J."-3owelI. 
New York; C. A. De Werna, A. R. Fox, 
Mrs. Simmons, New York* Mr. and 
Mrs. H. R. Brldginan, Vancouver; Air. 
Daly" and Miss Littietvood, Calgiry; T. 
IL Going, Bennington Falls; J. A. Kerr, 
Vancouver; F. R. Bf."'Tninte; Lacombe ; 
W. Ay'res, Stockton, Man.; W. F. Morri- 
son, Mrs; Morrison. .Seattle; A. ^omaine, 
II. Bennell, Vancouver; S. G. Bowel!, 
Walla Walla;. A. Robert<!on, Revelstoke; 
Mia sG. SlniOTonsl Seattle; A. F. Mc- 
Donald, San Francisco-; A. M. Ego. Sid- 
ney; E. N. Bryant. Nanamo; RobL Mc- 
l'<night, Naiialmo; V. H. Clements .Daw- 
son; John S. Hobs.' Nanalino; Wm. C. 
DeV'erna, Engene Wallace, A. H. Cawln 
and Wife, Seattle; A. Sllversldes, Prince 
Rupert; H, G. Lewis, Detroit; W. p. 
jAgnew, Nanalmo; H, Houston, Vancou- 
ver; A. Shoup, Welsdh; J. Melville, Van- 
couver. , ' - 



Mc- 

Mr. 

.S'peaker Ehert.'i his re.slgnation of the 
Yale seat, to which he was elected with 
a very large majority over Mr. Stuart 
Henderson at the general election on th«» 
i:6th November last,; The dates of nomi- 
nation and of election will he annoenced 
during the course of the present week, 
anfiL IL may be predicted thai the choice 
of the electors of Yale will be made 
known before thp close of the present 
monlli. 

There are .Tlready iiunieroutr aspirant*- — 
for the seat to be vacated by the Pre- 
mier — preferring as lie doe.s to continue 
to sit as senior rein-escntative of the 
capital citj', which la now his homo 
and the centre* of his personal inter- 
ests — and it Ik significant 'bf the atti- 
tude of the country toward tl)e present 
stable government that among the«e 
hopeful oneSj Conservatives are very 
largely in the majority. 

To determine l»etween the several 
prospective candidates and. give the ulti- 
mate selection definite status in his 
candidature, a .convention Is announced 
to be heldat Spence's Bridge on Friday 
of this week, at whicli the names of 
Mr. A\'. H. Lucas cf Agasslz (at one 
time Conservative organizer for the 
province), Mr. Harold Mathews, a well 
known rancher of the Nicola valley; 
Mr. A. L, Belj'ea, barrister, of Vancou- 
ver, and possibly Mb,- Darcey of Mer- 
rill, are likely 10 be brought forward. 

The Liberstl opponenT of the conven- 
tion choice Is expected to be Mr. .S'tuart 
Hender.'ion of .\.ihcroft, who has already 
had tlie honor of representing the con- 
stituency ""in the local house, and who 
was .signally rejected on the occasion 
of his last appeal to the riding, on that 
memorable November day ^ vvhicli wit- 
nessed the virtual annihilation' of Lib-, 
eralism as an active-factor in provincial 
parliamentary affairs. 

There is aLso pros"poct of an Inde- 
pendent being found in the tield for the 
prospective by-election. Mr. T. E. Julian 
of Vancoijvpr having announced himself 
as such in a lecently issued "mani- 
festo," in' which he de.scrihes as his 
principal plank.s the "Terins of Union 
and RIshls of the Province" and "Im- 
provement of the Land Act." 



At the Victoria — 

P. J. Pearson^ Chemalnuei ;B.HdArtney, 
J. War, Vancouver; H .TohnStOn, Seattle; 
B. Karaway, Nelson; S. Snider, S; K. 
Glass. Vaneouvpr; iA. Nelson, Nanaimo; 

A. jB. Dale. W. Cowley; S. Crompton, Se- 
attiie^-H. Edgar, A. E. MeDonal.l. Van- 
couver; C Lister, A. Nelson, Vernon; R. 

B. Yookuni, Seattle; H. Corby, M. Hos- 
man. Vancouver; J. H. Younge, Henley; 
B. Christian, Seattle; W. G. Baker,' Es- 
(lulnialt; H Dopenbrook, F. \yilllams, 
Vancouver; J. J. Yarrow, Shawnigan 
Lake; J. F'sher, SanS FranclscO. 

At the Balmoral— 

Mr.s. l'hillipp.s WoUey." CorfleW, B.C.; 
Robert Kelso. J. W. Oi%tn, Vancouver; 
Miss C. Bagiey,~13uncans; S, Peroivaly 
Pender Island; G. Page, ^SJd^iey; , H. 
Fisher,' .SonUe. 

At tlis Bmaswiok— 
'if; ^iisbi SWttai^rJAHarfi^, Seattiet 

Sydhey_^ Graves, LlverpodlL JS^Pa-tter- 
JiOn. and wife, T, J. Dixoii, , W. Waters, 
Vancouver; C. J. Deney, Seattle. 

: ■ > . ' 



Cold in Manitoba 

WIINIPEG, Nov. 7.— The Red- 
river has "frozen up the earliest in fif- 
teen year,?. Winter has set la with 
unusual severity tliis season. A large 
number of steamers are frozen in at 
various points in Lake Winnit)Cg. un- 
able to reach Selkirk, the harbor ice 
being six- Inches thick.. 



Dietz Re-arrested 
2»ATWARD, Wis.. Nov. 7.— John ,F. 
Dietz, the "Cameron dam defender," 
today was released from jail on $40,000 
bonds,' was immediMtely fe-arrested 
on another chaxge and tonight is again 
in jail. As sjoon as Dietz .stepped out 
of the Jail, Sheriff Madden ser„ved a 
warrant for the shooting of Patrick 
Mc<3ii».on_M|ay 4, 1904. "v 

OBITUARY NOtTCtS 



■ XMv K. 





IHEIR LABOHS 



'AT THE CITY HOTELS 



B6ard Determines Amount the 

Kettle Valley Road Should 

Pay f^r 'M.. & -V. Right-of- 
Way. 



i+art 

Han ..(■ thi.s cit.v has re- 
ceived word of - the deatlv Of ' his 
brother, Dr. J. B. Hart of Vancouver, 
who passed away at that city very sudT 
denly Su.nda.v. The. late Dr. Hart hwd 
acted as veterinary surgeon for- th»i 
city of Vancouver for some years. He 
was born in Nova Scotia and was SJ 
years .€fS-«ge-; ; . ^ ,,. , ' - • ' j 

Ventress 
Robinson Ventress, a well known, 
resident (Of Duncan, who recently came 
to this c'lty for treatment passed away/ 
at the Jubilee hospital Sunday. Th^ 
Inte. Mr. Ventress, who had reached 
the ag^ of 6() years, htul lellowed the 
professjion ofj a druggi.st for many 
years. jDeceased was n native of On- 
tario.. The rcimains will be forwarded 



to DuAcan 
ing,' 1 



interment this inorn- 



,\. 



At the Emprejia— _ . 

John F. Helliw«l;"%ailw*tev«r;' Jtif 
Orauft. Montreal; Sir Edward Chichester 
Bert, C. "51. Fielder. London; CD, Stud- 
mail, Strawberj-y Vi. i. r -2. Rohan. 
Mliiwaukeci. J,! Hiliman. 1'. A. Brewer, 
C, A. Dolan, W. Z.— Abbott, Fred. Slort. 
wife aniS two, children, Vancouveit; T. 
R. Jtnies. Mrs. Ernest Prcle, Miss G. 



Price, i' 

'r,, 



Banon, Chemalnes; 
T. -Tr -liore; -VfttTCoir^ 
Mr.*. W. R. Dookrlll, 

Joiiii-si.ti, '~'i,Mtl.ii'; r. 



vcr; E. J. Palmer, 

Cheiiih inu.« : Ij. D. 
.f. |.. ■ 

Powell, Edw. Parke; 

Mnssey. Mrs, T. F. Ai!; 

Mr, and- Mrs. Wnu C. ■S\ -. 

:M.. Le\ : rtland; i 

Montreal ^> 1*. Croir 

Wjiu- W.lntec^and wife, James Dem.p8?y 

ESt.elle l>"n.p'-.'V, Mnnl^.t.'-' ■ M, !•'. I.'.tv.' 

Vancou 



Sir Clifton Rdbinsoji Dead 

NKV\ YnHK. .N". V .^-Jn i'llftOn 
i{..l.ni,«..ii, ifirHi;.it;iiif: .iii. u.^ .uid l-in- 
gliieer of the Londori United l-:!e.... 
trie trniijwHys and director ..f the 
underground railway.^ of I^ondon; 
died last night on a Lexington 
I avenue slreat oar. 



It la under.stood that tin- Ituiird of 

Valuators appolnted_earjy in the present 

heavy seas of the wflffer. The jslty 'N'*!*"* to determine the price which the 

KetfiC River Valley Railway Co." must 
^jaji-fpr tho old Midway & Vernon rlgh4- 
of-wny, and also.»to pas.s upon the va- 
1 i-.M.'^ I lalniB for -jvageji and supplies In- 
c\irred_byj~the defunct railway corpo- 
ration and assumed by the. K. R. V. llnq 
under the subsidizing legislation of last 
.se.'5Klon, has now virtually eflmpleled its 
work, although" "sdme' few JsOlated 
claims may yet ho received and conr 
sidercd. 

The apprii.s.iirialo agKicKate amount 
of the award has, been communicated to 
the Kettle River Valley company, aitd 
it is stated that vouehere- in connection 
with the. settlement of preferential ac- 
counts are now l)eliig prepared, and that 
chegues. -WUl go forward _, to the eredi- 
t-ers HtroU£'1he~Tn'M'1lo of the pres.nt 
month, 

Presldctit .f. .7. Warren of the railway 
eomjiany Is now in the city, and hn» 
lia'd se-veral confereneea- with the aibl- 
tratnr.i ."^inpe hl.i Srrival. The board 
held Its last meeting on Friday, .fudge 
Forln. of Xelson, presiding, and there 
being also present Mr, R, F. Green, the 
reprepentatlve of the government on 
ihl.-^ commission, and Mr. L, M. Rice of 
Seattle, who aoted In the interest Of tJie 
paying railway compai^y. 



?ai/. ; 



J. 
A. 

■ iver; 

'ii.,.J,' 

lii.iiUearlj 

I neouver ; 



! At the Driard — 

Albeit I>.M»1, S\ . I,. liJiiley, \,nn':ou\er; 
1>. M. Rob<*rtson, New Weatndn.mer, i» 
Marri-jtt, Duncans; J. McC.'abe, UeRina; 
Mr.s. MnckeiiT-.le, J. B. Simpson, Vancou- 
ver; A. Thfiln .Milwaukee; F. O'. Bil« 
lings, Sidney. B. C; J. A. Linton, St 
Johns^NiX *'•>■**•<?• Jonea, VBn«oii7«r( 



No Fight Piotiires 

BRANDON, Nov. 7.-*-MAyor. A4q4^pll 
has ordered ^be t>oite« to fVifiiil :tiMl 
exhtbltloii ' of ttl« 



Ballantine, 
Theifuncral .>C the lO-te Mrs. N. Bali^ 
lehllne took place Sunday ' from 
recidence of Capt. W. D. McDouga 
640 I iilKsidc avenue, where the i^^f-J 
D. MoIUie officiated, The flornj of- 
ferings wore very numerous and the 
attendance of TrienOs was lanafe. Tlia, 
following acted as pallbearers;: M. C, 
Dgiugall, H. S. Henderson,' W. Turpel,^ 
W. Noble. I''. Hilllger and W. Hicks* 

Dixon 

The death occurred Sunday evening 
at the family residence, Dona.ld street,] 
of James Dixon, a marine engineer of 
thi«i city,' Rt the a«e ' of 32. Deceased 
wa.s born in York, England, and is sur- 
vived by a widow, a' mother and on<( 
brother. The funeral takes place Tuci«' 
day from the B. O. Funeral Fuml«h||i 
cempahy's chapel at 'l p. m., where ! 
vice will be conducted >by^ tii#-" 
Mr. Wood. Interment will be . 
Ross Bay cemetery.^ 'tit 

M«AfpiiM 
After a prolonsAd JtlowM^ Mnfc 
tie McAlplere, a #«UJ(attcm#a»*ilflW«' 
this cltyrpowwwd a«i*y 84Wrf«y JOihl 
at 84. JoMob's bosvrltftl. t!ll« 1M« }*< 
leaves oflrwuWf'^ter,. liawC-HtWr 
of thte <aty, and a , ton, ^^W,' 
^£>ec«afeed m* » native tf 
jS(ioU»itd^'X'l»» CunsTAi taJtesa 

Ajft*flj>dll at 2.90 b'cVom 






I 



IB 



I 



VICTOMAD^toY OOLONIST 



7 'T' -'i 



-A.' % 



P^1PW| 



TiiMday. N*v*mk«p If ItIO 



-T^ 



r 



KuSIiJ^h with orders, ^.ru.- 
ID«B* MMptcd for Um than « c«oi» 
SimSmm 4a4 i'rof*u>nD«l Car«« — •( (our 
WSTV^ uudfir— ll.W ,i»»r wi.«k. 
Ka «4v*rUMm«Bt cbargvA ou 
iMt tlM» t%.<(B ^. ,, 

Phon* No. It. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



HARPWASB 



account (or 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



iirrie»ltuT»l implomonw C.rii« •! 
lOltflMXi and Ouvarnnural Bta 



"^ 



BUSINESS IM?|CTORY 



ci>»oi#rHMw» Amiwiio«5*;!«?L 



rp^a HICKMAN TTB HAHOWABJB }C0.-- 
•d4 «« YatM Btrwot. Victoria, B^ C 



M 



AVCTIONKBBH. 



Vtre AHB HI'EClALlSTa IN AUC-nON- 
W etrlnK. Wo all«nd to .11 'J-i^^/'' t"*^ 
very Ubet»l. Sl.lbley Uf»Uy <-o.. H*" L.«»»- 
l^y »trp«^t- 



AttCUlTlilCl'* 



4cim 



x.-^ S. BTILBB. CONTKACTOB rOR 
ear»*t« et<aa««r*ts.. ruraliiw; "P""» ""* 



SB 



39B 



COND ENSBD »Oy^BTLSj NG 

.JB , . .. ■ . tu" < II I I "" 'I ' ■'■ 



WH.F ■W«af««»«««IAIJB 



VACUUM CMtA»B*W 



kUNTl-EY 



WANT«I>r-«CJlAP i^ABft ^ COPPKK 
Hac. load, ct Iron. •Jf'jJ^,'**'"'*'' 
As«aer. IMO Btor« Btf t. y**""* ^L'fL 



la Junk 



.al« or r^ir-V«ri«^» c;le»nfd on tin 



D 

floor wllhout 
Bnd ke«p cli-an. 
nt% Ynt»» ■lre«»- 



VACUUM 
1{- ewrp 
enuivliiic 



CLEAN Ens FOR 



Fhtine MS. W. I. Oager. 



HOTEM AMD KKBTAUHANTS 



nAl^irOKNlA^HOTSU » iOHNBOH ^^^ 



c 



ARCHITECT— 



ELWOOU \\'"ATKINS 

Uqo.u 1 and J, C.rcen bloc-h. corner 
~Tr iuA<''; Hvi-iiutf and 
>(<■•. Phone U1398. 



Broad. I'houe :1H» 




H. 



Gitiimi''rt 
Government St. Phoue 1^ 



AKCHlTB(rr. »00« 



H practli. in B. C. Jor tw«nty.flva yeara 

uS!,. Uff'cl- New Royal Bank Bld«. i'houo 



Plan* 

ca 

y27 



M ExohanB.3 Bid*.. I.an«l.y an* ^°^»« 
ion. Tel: Rea B704; OITlco 



Bar aiwa>t , , 

U licManua. proprietor. 



Tk.TKW^lrt'BL. BRUNSWICK. NrCEST LO- 
moderate f^^'-^^f^rctl? corner 



rootni at 

All car» paea hotel. 

Yatc* aad Dou«laa Phone »17 



WHULKWAJJE PhY OOOO H 



«»fANTBn~Bot t-cm diwci!, wirouj- 

W aalo ratabllshinent. ApplJ^ own hand- 
writlni. BOJC HI ColtMiUl ? ""' 



sa 



»»: 



CONDENSED /tPVWWWg 



•nvATiom w. 



\TTA^n■lWJ — UOOU HlflCURit\ RACES' 
\ V man wltli Victoria acuuaJntance prt- 
I'ropoatllon aella llt^lf; IcfHlmate 
Bl» coramiaalona. 



fcrrfd 

and la amply guaranlttPd. 

tirt. Mr. lielly. 8 Finch BlocK. 



ANTED— BOOK-KBEl'BR. ABOUT TWO 
houra. thr.e nlghta ovury Wfe)t. Apply 
o'clock above Wi'atcrn Motor «l 



GOOD. JUUAIN tX>OK, MALE, 
•ttoiilon: would ct«)k Jor at^vaval men 
twtcltlnf tc»»etlierr privata "^ Uouw. ••«oci> 
•ir. Tlernay. Cowlohan Bay, B. C. 



BBEKfi 
I men 
ranch 



9!P! 



a!'.'P"^||'im 



CONDEItSEP APVCttTtSfNQ 



■OOM AMD •OAWB 



M 



AN AND WI*"B, WITHOUT CHIUDRBN. 



farm for a nou-realdent owher ann pay a 
tiin<r*rat« ri»nl. Apply Box flT7 ColonWl^ 



be foil- 10 

Supply. 

^ 'ANTED -— A MAN TO 
lllk 
IhIiu». ColijulUi Ualry, Muywood IV 



TURNER-BBBTON. CO.. LTD.. WHOLE ^^j^.^.jgjj _ ^ ^^^^ ^^^ WORK ON 

aale dry jroo^*- '"'''•'"•" '"^nri Horn" >»' fa"" °^ drive milk cart. Apply & fc- 
lurera men'a furnl.hlnga, tenia. ,**■,€ ."^^^^ 
brand, ahlrla. ovuralla Mall ordera atteiide*. 



WHOLESALE FRIITS 



AND PRODtCE. 

ST. 



.T::."^ Uv'^ANTED-EUllCATED LAD FOR OK- 



l\V 



I7< )■{ fSTKWART * CO.. ' YATES .. - 
' . VhtorUt, B. (■■. >mPorler.»nd export 



Wi gtrrn Motor & SutJlJly •;«. 



era of all trtah frulta, 
vlatoni. 



vtBotobli.-» and pro- 



OOHNEU 

oppoalte 



1187. 



AST ULAaS 



A— -^ -^ SoV. OVBU THTRTT YEARS 
. exDorlance In Art QlaiMi Laadod 



Worka and atore 



tor 
AwcDInsa 

pho.K' S»4. .^ . 

O W. CH.1SHOLM * CO.. MANUFACrUR- 
S« era of leaded art «1««^ S«« ua before 



rnHB COMMERCIAL HOTEL. 

X Doualaa and Coriaorant Bta. ^ 

City Halt Renc*'a.«d throu«hcUt. Roontt 

..con" to no..e In city. Bar replete 

the beat. European plan only 

tn connection. .(. Luca». Prop. 



Pool 
Phono 



with 
room 
17 0». 



irS^7~pilOPBRLY INVESTED LEADS 

Thla reaiilt may be at- 

' - 260 meal In 



M -.--. 

talned by purchaaln* the bea- 
lUe city at Tto Btrind Cafe^ 



to fortune. 



Q-fiXiiFnrmBL CAFk J0HN30N ST.. 
& alway. onan. European plan, cuiaina 
SexceUrdVbarTeat rood.: r»t.. n>oderate. 
TiT.i.ht M. TTnulkiner. PllOOJ LlOft. 



WIIOT.ESAr.E WINES AND I-IQLORa _ 

T" "llRNiTR-BBETON CO.. , LTD. WHARF 
St.. Victoria— Wbole.ale only, all tna 



leading brand, of liquor.; 
Write for 11. t» and prlcea 



airucl Uoportera 



WOOD AND rOAI. 



placing your order. Hepalrlng 
Pboae »a6», » oa Fort atreet. 

' ' AITCMOBILEIS 

~~ MOTOR 



a apectaity. 



St SUPPLT COJi- 

V Clark. Manager. Sole 

Kraiikllii.. Humhera, 

Taibota and Rov.r.^ ^'■°Zlf^ ,..o. 

V u Ic 

rcl«;Phon» <>i»i> 



WESTERN 
pany. 
ascnla for Bulcka, 
Claraent 



unexcel 

WrlKht A Faulkner. Pl iooJ 

YTblFLvfcTORlX- UNDER NEW MAN- 
ill. ngement. -Mo.t c.ntral In city 
meet, all .ttcmer. and tralna 
Grant, proprltjior.. Phone ♦»«. 



Bua 

Oraham A 



TATBS ST. 



\H~71LSON HOTEL. « 18-04 8 

W European plan: '"'«« ,•"* '''•^MrAv^y 
bar .upplled with beat gooda l^d Mi-Avoy, 



XTniLSON E. A.. DEALER IN ALI. KINDS 
W of mlllwood. wood, bark, etc. Four- 

foot length.. »2 1.0 per cord; .tove len|t^a, 
13.00 double load. S26 John 8t. Phone J07I. 

riUEAP fUeU^trT*a heaping bou'. 

\J ble load of .hort cut m"' '»""<>• *"" 
llvered to any part of city at »3.00 O.Q.D 
by Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd. Phone >IB4. 



W'.XNTEU— A Km,:r<T CLASS. RELIABLE 
>\ i^trnoirraphiM-, (or gf-ni'ial offln^work; 
alal.' uyptrUni:!.' and aalary ixpMClid; ilvr 
M-l, iiiiV<*« and muki' appH.atJon 1" ""'" 
hana-wrltlns not lali>r than Nov. l.::in. Ad- 



EDUCAFED JAPANBJJ* BOX WANTS 
work In .lore' or hou.e. Apply »*♦ 
Ya'tca •tree!, phone 24«1, 



W^ 



ANTED BY YOL'NO MAN. BMPLOY- 

mc-nl In or near Victoria. aUla to 
drtvo and willing to laka any Job. Apply 
Box 68J> f:olonl.t. _ 



V\^ANTWI>— two' BOAR&iJitB. .\PPLT-5T! 



BB 



a ggiy 



jei 



C0NDEWSE6 APVfUroitit: 



raavATB Tcman. 



^ At ptin Streat. 

O LET— OOOD BOOM AND HOARDJ 

Aw»ly le3» Pandora gtreat.- Phon^ 

Li tit. 



T ADT LIVING At^ONB WOULD LIKE 
li I..M.. K»....4^«. itona home: moderate. 



good home; moder 



W^ 



HlTl'ATIONti.,y»'ANTED— FEMALTC 



E 



liH 
In ae 



.-^NGLI.'^H WO.MAN W>ANT8 WORK. 2 OR 
U ihroi- daya a wm-k; Ironing or general 
lii.u.n work. Apply !>li Ru.at-ll Street, Vlc- 
rl H Wc-y. 

rUUNfJ LAD 



p O. Hiix :i3. 



Srtl.STANT ON li.MKY K.MIM. WORK 



1 X w 

L 1173 



Y S T B N O a R A P H B R 
laUe« pcltlon. P. O. Box n; Phone 



A 

po.t,..<ifn' 



w 



'A. NT ED 

ul.o one 
vcrntnml. 



HANDY MAN FOR IClTtrHBN, 
fur ranch. St'nmona. a07 



PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



lirANTED FOR UP COUNTRY, A FIR«T 
VA class ranch hand. Apply H13 P«HHt 

broke. ji™««.^_____ 



UENTIST8 



nlant. High clan Uvery 
l( Itiie buay -J067. 



,•""■ proprietor. Phono 10S2. 



VICTORIA 
ephone 129 



BACiCi AtlE UBMVIEKY 

FrANSFKR. t;0.'. LTD.. TEL- 



P 

aiapa 



BLU E PmXTL Stt AND MAM 

HINTS. ANY LENGTH 
cr.nl a Di-r Coot- 

Frlnta 



LAND rLK.\RIN(i. 



/"tONTK.ACTOR FOR 

VV .luniplnK. etc. 
Delta stroi't. H. M. 



1,..\ND CLEARING. 
. 1.1791. 31S3 
Walki-r. 



LANDSCAPE GABDKNEK 



LAN 
.on 
expert on 



DBCAPB oardi.;ni:r--Ja.mks PIMP- 

8$t Joliu.orv litre*'!, phone Rlisu 
all gurd"!! and orcliard dctai.u; 



Eleeirtc Uluo 
\l\\ I.mngley St. 



IN OWE Plt^li. Pruning and cl<-anlng f'"'" '""; V', V,, ,?r.t 
Vmber «nd land spvclalty; I'^^vna graxW ur:d..Uh.d In first 
a an.* Map Co.. ..fond or third QuaiUy, according to «on- 



J)R 



LEWIS HALL, DENTAi. SURGEON. 
Jewell blocU. corner Yatm and Doug- 
la. atreet. Victoria, B. C. Telephone.— 
Ofllco. S67; Re»Ulfii<--e, 12 i. ^ 

ivT^^£ai'Eri.''D"sr ••D;-^oTnricB--Tss 

Yatea St.. Oare.cUa block. Olftae 
bour.: t.lO a. m. to 8 p. ra. 



w: 



DETECTIVES 



VANCOU- 



BC DET-ECTIVE SERVICE, 
ver Civil, criminal and commercial 
inve.tlcatlon. R- 8. Baron. Superlntcn- 
rn\"H.'rd"'flee. Room. <;" -^^^O^"; ^■--'" 
building. Vancouver. B. ^ ruuue 
Bloodhound trailer, kept. 



ri.M.\RT S.M.RRMASI WANTF.P TO HOL 
P5 Ull orders for a household neccalty; 
good salary. Box 91 Colonist. - 

U'\.STED — AN ^AOl5oRDEON, ALSO A 
banio player; muat play ^ood dance 

iimalc. Apply to Box •IH Colonist. 

virANTED— YOUNG ~M AN .•» HOUT 18 

>V years old. acquBlntod who cl y, ^ a« 
Apply by letter to Box »J colo- 



T.'^XPERIENCED VOUNO LADY STENO- 
i-i graph. r desires permanent alHaatUm. 
-Bua 8U Colowlat. ' ' 



J-i lady boai'dor 

phone L»5*. ___^ ._^ „ 

•ANTED— SeNTLBMAN TO ROOM AND 
board or partially board with private 
family: modern convenience.; central. Ap- 
ply Box »!! iJolcrtil.t^ __' 

-1 -I 0«> FORT HTRBBT— NEWLY FUR- 
XXOO nl.hed rooma and table board. 
(Bngllah cooking. j 



PIAWO OV. tlARMONV UC«|t|pH8 O^^U^^ 
by honor gradual* In return for » Httw 



plain aewlng or dreggmaklng moAtbly. 
7« Colonlgt. 



8ox 



M 



Ii^IRBT CLASS BOARD AND ROOMS. 
' .ultable for two; all modern ronvenl- 
encea; central; pleasant home. «41 .Superior 
street. 



IT^NGLISH WOMAN REQUIRES PORT AS 
lli housekeeper (dally I ; cooking, house- 
work, laundry. 103 (.Jijlonist office. 

i tAl*ABLE 



V^ altuatl 
pflr inontfi. 



ENGLISH LADY RKtJl'lREri 

on for geiienil houBBVVork; ♦Su 



Apply Box 73 t'olonlst. 



collector 
nlHt. 



vv 



VNTEU . YOUNt-, MA.V FOR OFFICE; 

' inunr bf fT""*- at •'+#*» '•'^'»- typewriting. 
Apply llilu Governinenl stree t. 

~ Foii 



\'OfN(} PARISIAN I.ADY, .'^PEAKS ENf.- 
II. h; would like position a. traveling 
Lonipanion. Answer Box 134 1 Vancouver. 



/--lAHALAN NOW OPEN FOR OtEblS. A 
yu pleasant private home, oppjellc lake, 
Beacon Hill park. Double a.id single rooms, 
heated; good table; terms moa.-.a e 
Cahalan, i%i Douglaa atreet. Phone U.:61. . 

VjUPERIOR HOARD, RESIDENCE SUIT- 
P> able for two couples, modern, larse 
houae, good location, near lown; terms mou- 
,ral.-. B"X »«, riostofrice. 



R. STEPHEN BWABBY, B. A., 0*rORD 

(classical honors) ; flv«g privata tui- 
tion In classic, divinity. Brllljh and Cana- 
dian history. Terma modarala. Bo* *l\ 

Colonial. . 

ixPBBliNCBb 



fRa. 



w. 



TUI LY, 



M. teacher, nlanoforta <e«rtlt«»l««). Pi>- 

pll. vlaUad and rscelvad./ Baqntoalt Read. 
Thoburn P, O. 

VLB 8TMON8. M. A.. OXFORD. RB- 

cclvea puplla In olaaglos. Fr«oh. 
mathemaHcS) etc. 707 Cathertna alraat, Vto- 
lorla W e»t. ' 

lOLIN, FLUTE AND' HARP— MR. DAN 

Green (late aergeaiil, aololat and 
teacher Koyal Artillery band). London con- 
ceria, etc., d^lres pupils; terms moderate. 
Uarpa with traveling caa*«. HadcUa IlUta 
for sale, lOilb Richmond avenue. ^^ 



1>OPLARS-— (.'ORNER OF BELVILLB AND 
Goverr.rnciU street, next to Empress 
hotel, la the best tl per day house In the 
city . Miss T. J. Green, I'H'PS. 

rW-i LET-^FIR»T CLASS 



1 



board. 803 Hayward 



ROtJ.Vl» 
iv<nue. 



WITH 



WANTED— BOOM AKD BOAW* 



;ANTED— BOARD AND ROOM IN PUI- 

fanilly, young couple; Engllsn 
State tiH-ms to Box 791. Colonist. 



w 

pi'i'ferred 



.MIHCELLAN^OKB 



-**» 



|4.iO per day, 
llaggerty &■ Co. 



1 .EXPERIENCED, CAPABLE MATER.NITV 
J nurse, open for engagemenla 'V"" 



.lanuary; well rei onimcnded; terms 
ale. Phone 2532, R<>x 31) Colonist. 



moder- 



rno LET- LARGE, NEWLY _ FURNK^^HED 
-L rooms with "" •■'.■^■' 

.Vreiit. Jamej Bay. 



I,ET— <"OMFOHTABLE 



WO.V1AN rOOR WOL'LD 

It 
boarding house. Apply ^^t Colonist^ 

__ jy, ^ -p ,^ R .V 1 X Y 



rpo 

terms' on "Beacon HUl car line, 
I Niagara street 



FOR 



young woman In business; moderate 



HO.VIF, 
; mc 
Inquire 527 



I."tIRRT CL.^SS 
Itk.) position In restaurant. ho:el 



NURSE WILL 



\ \ TANTED— ACCOUNTANT r w ■- t n \. 
\V hotel, one with hotel txpcrlence pre- 
f. rred. Apply giving uge. e*purlencu and 

r. lerinies. 1'. O. Box 732. 



4303. 



BOOKBIXDKBS 

HAS 



THE COLONIST 
eanlped bookbtndetry 
vb. result Is cQual In propactlon. 



THE 
th» prov 



MVEKY. 8ALE AND GENERAL EXPRESS 

BEST r^TLWELTVS TRAKSTTRR, GENERAL EX- 
ince; VJ press, sale, livery and boarding stablies. 



BOTTfvEH 



'l^^i^r^^^ S^^^ctorl. .u.k 



Atencj;, 



lii:o .>iore siieet- 



Phoiio 



W.K,NTED— -- 
.33ti 



BLILDEKS ANiy « l«l^£Z£**J^ 

T'-iuANk JL*. HL;.VE.-C0MfRACT01t AND 
t ""builder. Plaas ^-^^^:^^^^,^:Z, 
fared for approval. . '^"'^f,,^* N„, Kol- 

.nd Ave., and Oxford ''^■•^Z^st-J—- - 



Tin Cormorant '»trB«t, night and day. ijhone 

25. • "- t_ '. 



OVERY AND TRANSFER 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



H^ 



XILICTOKIA-. TaAJiSEER.. CO.. LT 
V \fi. Best service in the city. 



LTD... TEU 



LITHOOKATHINO 



CHBROI'ODY. 



Rd. CAMlFiili. CiUBOPODIST 
L Fort street. '' ' 



%Kt 



CHl.MNEV CIJBAXIXO 



c 



HiMNEY CLEANER—LLOYD CHIMNEY 

sweep. Phono F 21g3. 

CIVU, ENOINEERS AND StT^VEYORS 

" O. NOAKES. B. C. l^V-NX. SUKVEYOli. 



LITHOORAPHINO. BNGRAVINO AND 
Embossing— Nothlnr too large and 
nothing loo small: your stationery Is your 
advance agent; our work Is unequalled west 
ol Toronto. The. Colonist Printing and 
Publishing Co.. Ltd. 



SEATTLK 

OTEL BRIGHTON— QUIET AND RE 
peeiable. flrst-claBS family ho'el-..':"''!*^ 
Id the business center, 
are $1 per day single 

Special lovf ratca by toe ».t:<j». .>■■" •-•■ 
Corner Seventh avenue und ^''"^ »!.'"'■ ..^"^^ 
Capitol HIU, irtll aveiiua or Ii.iUil Union 

cars. _____________ 



WTANTEU— RESPECTABLE MAN, ^'^^- 
\\ tlenian preferred, to help on w~chlc-Ren 
uu.ch. Board, lodging and HO poii month. 
Apply L. E. X{.^ The MounU DunrSns. 



HOYS WANTED AT HASTY DELIVERY 
service, 810 Cormorant street; bicycles 
provided. 



Tn A I.NED MA' 
tak" conthu--- - 
Mrs. Bass, formerly Nurse Collins, 1218 Hlli- 
ald" avenue. Photic R2444. ^ 



\XTANTEd^POBITION BY EXPERI- 

Vi enced sti'DfiKrauhBr. one who can 

make good; no salary under »C0 per month 
■ onsldered- Box 8r.2 Colonist. 



\v 



POSITIO.N 



AS 



7AN.a:Ea 

keeper, country p^ef«r^^d, 

nlat^ ^ '■_ 

DRE8SMAKINO. 



HOUSE- 
»lll Colo- 



OARD aKD ROOM, 162 ijensltjS street. 



moderate 



en minutes from post ottlce. Prices 



XTOTICE TO THE PUBLIC— AFTER THE 

i.> 10th Inst, the price for. double team 
win be %! ue<" day; carts 

wlih drivers. John 

Notice is herebV given that THE 

iS firm known as the Colwood Mineral 
Water Co. has dissolved partnership; all »c- 
eountr' due the above mentioned firm 
should be sent I'n Immediately. ^ ^ 



TO KENT 



UXFTUNISHED ROOMS I O RENT, 1 
bloek from car line Apply 51& 



XFT'UNlSHEp ROOMS TO 
Sprln«f!eia -We.. VIctSrIu VVesl 



IJLANS OR BLUE PRINTS PREPARED 
1 at short notice rt-ady for l'M''^Jl?"v.d»' 
speetor, from your owfT^ldeaa or I hav« h»n- 
dr.ds .of cjeslgiis you can seleet Uoxv^. 
Price.' of plans from ''L for 6-roomed rot- 
iHges and op. James Falrall. BOB SP>->n» 
f J eld Avfcno«._V2i^l^V\^^t_,_« to_»_ 

F Y(W -ARE LOOKING FOR A.^'fANi-- 
see Qualntance, Janitor and Window 



IF Y 
lor 
Cleaner, Phrmu 25 40 



T 



U LET— 1I.\LF A STORE, 

treet. new Bannerman block, 



1)38 JOHNSON 



The rates for rooms 

and $1.50 double. 

Special low ratca by the week and month 



VAKCOCVEK 



MASSAGE. 



G. 



BJOJtNFELT, SWEDISH , MTASSAOE. 
modlcal gymnastics, vlbratdr troat- 

KVl Fort street. Phono 185«. 



A- C. ■ K^'roo.'!. 8. Leo ^,L!f '^fi 
Mreet. Telephon* 3-.7. P. O. Eiox 64,- 



Broad 



^^^ « IT t>OGS CE. — All Jcinds of civil 

F. fngin^e^g and surveyln* -n*--^**^": 
Balirfcad location and construction a spe- 
cialty. 1107 Langley^ street. ^ 

?Tomi"T~3;rc^EGbR~J. ICERRICK Mc- 

O Gregor. Mgr. ^»'«' ^.^liTei:^ P O 
evil eng.nee.s. _Chanc.,ry Chan^'^.rs P^ O 



MKS EARSMAN. ELECTRIC LIGHT 
bath.: .medical message. 1008 Fort St. 
Phone B- l»65. 

0.-riCI AN8 AND OinrOMETRISTB 

B' XyTH.~ a! pT! «4i" FORT— OVER A 
quarter of a century's experience, and 
modern equipment at your service. Free 
•xamlnatlon Lenses grouiiU on premlsea 
phoni 22E9. 



A LHAMBRA HOTEL— MRS. 8. THQMP- 
j\. -on & Sons, proprietors; R. D. Thomp- 
,on. manager. Corner Carroll and « al.r 
slreets, Vaneouv,..r, B. C. Vancouver s first 
hotel. Sltuatea In the heart of the cUy. 
Modcrnly equipped ihroughouu Midday 
lunch a specialty. European plan, 
for good wiilsTiey. 



WANTED— BY BXPERIBNCBD MAJ>. VO- 
W sltloi. m charge of farm horses i.nd 
.utile especially. References if desireti. 
Apply Box »»(• Coioulst. ' 



w 

store. 
Apply 



TANTED- 



YOUNG MAN, AGE IS Tt) IS 
to Work In wholesale drygoods 



one 'with "some experlcncei preferred 



p. O.-Box 101*. 



Famed 



B' 



S"17to »S A DAY, , SURE— PLEASANT. 
^ honorable woit-k; at your own home for 
man or woman, no' experience- or capita 
necessary; our company « 1th ,"'"1; f.'v*'f'r .e 
will furnish work and !■>«"?. "'jf^'^^^'J*,;^;'- 
The John C. Winston Co.. Limited, Toronto, 

(,'rtnnda. , __^__^__— — — — 



1 Y''^^"l'l'^^— ^'^•'^^"^'•'^*^'-"^""^ '^^'^ ^''•"\'^! 

Work street 



RE.^S.MAKING PARLORS. UP-TO-DATB 
tailoring and dressmaking. ,j».8.L.N,.i|''>'^ 

street. ■ 



D^ 



T ARGE. NEW, OFFICES AND fURNlSH- 
IjI ed rooms to let. opposite court house. 
1206 and 1211 Langley sireei. upstairs. 



TO LET— HOUSEKEEriKO ROOM* 



/CHARLES BUDDEN, M INI ATURH PAINT- 
( e, .!c.. will oecupy hi. studlo In the 
Hedferii Block, Government Street, on .latj 
?rdav n"' 12lh. orders for Chrl.t..;a« work 
should be placed as ei-rly as possib'e. 



4 N ILLUSTRATED LECTURE WILL HE 
A Kven by Mr. Pollard on Wednesday 
^v^nlfl^Vuth^nst. in l^e Spring Ria«« 
Methodist Sunday school «" , ^ J^'^,'""; 
A.bbei. No tt.-.misslon fen will °«'.^"%"';V. 
t!.t-^-«.Uectinn ,.w.lli>'- taken up Ih.^'i*^ 



Ladles Aid of' t'fie'"»c^dor. 



DKKSS.M.VKl.VG 
•J3 Menzies street 



-THE MISSES ROBERTS. 
Phone L1737. 



TO LK'l— I'l RNISHKD B4XIM8 



/ vNK FURNISHED HOUSKKKlii'i.^i.. ,^,. i^adlea Aio ot iq'' »' ■- _ 

\J room (bath), with exception of blank- —',.„„ w tULLyT ESQUIM ALT ROAD, I."? 

ets. %*, month, or unfurnished for »4 (In \| ""'■'■ ,,, receive engagements In 

prlva.<« house); one lodglni! room, S« month -^i;!-,,,, "f!" ,,|„v|ng at dances (public or 

orderly adults only; temperate bachelors nut n.«"^'/"^' '.',"',, ^^ children's parlies,, etc. 

objectionable. Houses iU3, (i3a,.._l?Pl ..'nduire P' vatc ao(^lals. en.. a . 



63H Princess avenue. 



ARGE FRONT HOUSEKEEPING ROOM 



L 

street. 



WANTED— FEMALE HELl* 



PAINTEHS AND PAPERHANGERS 



f.TRANK 



MELLOR— PAINTING CON- 



Bax 162 Tel. 
Y. Templelon. 



Aa04. 
Mgr 



r«r- GaoJtg? office. 



^fT~M T HODGSON. A. M.' t 'C: E: tS.VO- 
.rl'. l.ina.. ctvU engineer; railway, hurtoor, 

\.-MitifWtvrks' flurvry j: ■ Atl-»orrrt, ..B. t^. _, 

TT^Treri'sOn" ~A."l— BRITISH COLUM- 
T?OBLRl_SU.v. j^. ^ ^^^ ji^^^ atreet. 

O. Box 



trastor. - n-?« VV«w .treet. Phone 1684^ 

uiTlELROSE CO.. LTD.. -618 ^ORT ST. 
undertake every branch of the painting 
»nd decorating business and guarantee sat- 
isfaction. 

PATENTS A>T> LEGAL ' ,.j 



LACKUUii.N HOTEL — A. B. BLACK- 
», burn, proprietor. This well-known a.id 
popular hotel entirely rtliuUt and refurnish- 
ed 1. now open to Its patrons. Steam heat, 
fine commodious rooms. Ilrst-claas dining- j from 5 to -8 P 
room, btsi attention to comfort, of go<.t- 
Annrlcau plan %i..M to t*.Ou 
pean plan, (6c uywarUa iU 
avenue. 



\\7ANTBD— A WOMA;n' TO DO GEINER- 
\V ,U work (or lady p. ar town, »-U pel 
ju..iiai. A.ppiy Bp^' 

■tY'A.NTBD — HO 



tilst. 



V.NTBD — HOI 11 .EH. WIDOW, 

family of four, tbieo children. -^PI'Y 

m. of- 8 to tt. 1(513 Blanchard 



p...- day i^uio- 1/ 1APAHLK." GJANBRAL SERV.-^NT . RE- 
'^ V,«sii..u.«« O quired. Apply Mrs. Kgerton, Fel.xlowe; 



rpo LET—TWO BEDROOMS, FURNISHED. 
$>! per month.' 'iVi North Park Street. 



T 



DOUBLE HBDDiSD .SITTING ROOM, 



A 

dora AveflUe 



mo LET^LARGB, PLEASANT FRONT 
X. roomj central; all modern conveni- 
ences. 818 Gordon street. 



To RBNT-r-FUR.NISHED ROOM IN 
house In James Bay. Apply 27 Co 



NEW 
lonlst. 



F 



T^OUR GOOD FURNISHED ROOMS 
rent. 755 Pandora street. 



TO 



mo LET— FURNISHED HOUSEICEEPINQ 
X. room or bedroom. 627 Princess avenue. 



A N D 



UNFURNISHED 



.-BURNISHED 

housekeeping rooms, 11.00 to J3.75 per 



F ,...„ ^. . 

week; bachelors not objectionable; adults 
only; eleetrU: Ufe-ht; bath. 638 Princess Av'e, 




Hl'SINE.SH CHANCES 



mo RENT— HEAVY TEAMING OU'TFIT 
T (.1 responsible party, for term of 
,„onr.h8. .Ap'ply r. O. Box 42. D uncans. 



V BABLNG'I^N, PUBLIC STENO- 
yi Pembcrton jlocK. 



F^ 



C^OMMERf'I.VL. HOVCii-, — v,ORNER HAST- 
i lng» and CaJubio slreuia iltadquarters 
lor mining aud commercial men. Hate. \X 
and upWarda Atkla.. Johnson Ik Stewart, 
proprletora 



{ (.juuilrit Extension, 

Y* 'AN'rrcD 



H 



Jtt bla Land Eurveyor. ^»a;l,Fort 



Victoria. B. C. Teiephon* 



1,-16*1, P. 



CONStLTrNG EN013.EEK 



W G. iVn 
> V . sultln 
r. Ill Bastion Square 
Phono 1531. 



CON^: 

K luechanlcal engineer. OfTlce.-i 
Res: 438 Dallas road:. 



ir 



OWLAND BRITTAIN. REGISTERED 
j..« Attorney. Patents In all countrlea 
Falraald btJ»dlng, opposite; P. O.. Vancou- 

vet. ; . .' ^^ --;-[. '- '- 

R. J. MOROAy; yiAXO TCNER. 
AM 



OTKL DOMINION — WHEN YOU aR- 
Ive at Vancouver take largo auto bus 
which win take you to this hotel free. Our 
service Is the best obtainable at the price. 
Ainerlcatt plan. $1.60 to Ji UO per day. Aulu 
tnakes one, trip dally arOuad SLuuley Park, 
p. Uaynes; proprietor. ______ 



« UK' s P 



.St WAV.' S p.llll 

With relerences 



- WOMAN ;>QIt GENERAL 
i.rk; must be good cook, hlgh- 
.1 i' TTi.nT T.M.. nnrtltruliirs ami 



I'T'icn r&f- 

at l-M" H' 



partlt^ulacrs ami 
Old, Street. 



\\ 



rXNTED— YOUNi i 

peara.nce; go'.i 
rU-nee and, W-ages, 



1,.', i >'^■, 



GOOD AP- 

rnan. ' State 
I ,)lonlgt. ^- 



SU.n.MER RESORTS 



JNINO SOUCITBD- 



ffTUNl 
PKoiie 249(1. 



HERE TO 



tay. Try one. 601 TfiHjoh -Slreci^ 



i^LX. 



CARPENTEKS^_JOnnEBS^JOBBERS ^ 

CARPENTCBR A ND 
on repairs and 



contracts 
--hon..> 1547 



M .*. Y O R. 

r. Est I 
Address 



A. builder. Estimates 



»15 Pftndora avenue. 



.AAPrt-AL CARPENTER AI«D -:10BBIN(3 
Kj factory. Alfred Jones builder and 
contractor. Estimates given on all class of 
structures. Shop fitting ^ta. 10f3 \ an- 
couver street. Offlco phone LISJ^S. , Res. 
P.1003. 

CARRIAGE AND WAGOy DBA: 

' WM — mPORTER 

buggies. traps; 
ttateii f 
ti-a SI. Phone 1326 



PLUMBING AND GASKITTINO 



COLBERT PLU.MBINO A HEATING C(3.. 
Ltd For first class workmanship In 

the above line give us a Iclal. Temporary 
otflca 761 Broughton St.. Phone 561, 



BUENA VISTA HOTEU COW1CHA.N BAY 
under now miinagtment: good hunting 
and Ashing. Adjacent thousand acrca 
leased as giune preserve for Jtusjliaf — JT-QC 
terms apply to T. L. Forrest, Cowlchan Bay 
PoatolTtce, B. C. 



'A-NTED — YOUNO tritii 
and b« . (. 
Box X. .Colonist. 



iu WOftK IN 



W ''"■tea'r.^oin*"nnd' b« "'"generally u«e£pl 



j-^UHNISHED ROOMS. ALSO llOUSE- 

keeplng rooms to let;' central; bath. 

electric light, etc. 813 and 817 Fort streeL 



¥ 



ITlURNlsnr.D BBD-SITTINO ROOM, ONE 
? Bentloman, |»; two. no per month. 
Select lo^calUyiBreiltrast If dtslred, ..88 
Colonist. ' 

riTHE PORTLAND, 72» YATEIS 
X ateaA heat-, hot and 



water and^ telephone 
2404. 



all 



STREET, 
cold- running 
rooma Phone 



OH .SALE— AS A C.OING CONCERN, 
the Oukhind Nursery at Victoria. Brit- 
ish Columbia, property comprises seven 
acres choL-.-si Jaiid, with nlne-roimied mod- 
ern dwelling, outbuildings, gvynlumse. ete., 
and largo stock of CirnainenlHl tr.es. shrubs, 
and roses. I'ropertv will suljdlvlde to splen- 
did advantage. Full partlculais as to teims. 
priee, etc., will be given on application. 
Heisterman, Fornian & <.'o.: Vlctprte, B. (- . 



ISS 

Krapher, Konm 
(Work called for and delivereil. 



.irutind store. 



W^VNTED— 'A YOUhM3-~I»Al>Y FOR A RE-: 
\V tail merchane, ,.n,ee; must write ^ti 

^ri,x^.rSsr. : .fio^^^ 

preferred. _AddreB 8. ..J .;.ioi.ist. 

{T^VNTED-- .N^UR.S^ERT OOVERN'ESS -TOR 
W ono child, daily. Apply P. O. Box 
281. , 



LARGE, COMFORtISTBLE FURNISHED 
rooms, with use of kitchen. Mrs. 
Walker.- Esquimau road. Phone Rtda.. 



TO LET— NICE S.CNNY 
ro,eAs. reasonaJjU rates, 
street. Phono LSSIT 



FirRNLSUED 
1318 Broad 



TO LE;T— LARQB t.-OMFOKTABLE FUR^ 
nlshed bedroom " 



'^ LODGES AND SOCIETIES 



T~N. ATKINSON. PLUMBING. STOVE-* J^^ ''^iray. ^K. of P^H 
X\.. flttWg. 2S4«_Blanch ard; phone RtJH'- ^„j pandora strusta. J. U 



POTTERY WAKE, ETC. 



MA BLE. 
Lachlan 



?f 



OP- 1 MA(5 
cannot 'b» 



annpt Da ijJiUiJU'..i: 
durability. Wareltouso 71J VJohin- | jL Buojie 



CLOTHES CLEANINO 



r> ENTJJ' CLOTHE* CLEANED. IDYTID. 



G 

liaraSors uin-j.-, ....J - , .;,", I 

Ouy W, Wjilker. 7tt-s Johpsbo St., i 3M, 
,,{ Douglas f'horlol_L-U67.,'^__^_ ' 1 

-i||ad1b^s" |, and 



CJEWER PIPE. - FIELD TILB. ^ GROUND 
fe Fire Clay. Flow^er Pota oto, B. U 
^tterjl Co. Ltd.. cor. Broad and Pandora 
HI... Victoria, B.' C ■___ , 

• CBJU8M ED. ROCK AND GBAV EL 

"iJtoDUcE'fis ROCK andoravbh:. CO. 

^ ikers. Store street, foot ot Chatham 

i street - Phone 305. Cruahe^/rock; all s1»p» 

' and washed and graded. Sand and gravel 

delivered (by leanjs at bunkers or on scows 

it quarry and grave! pit at Royal bay. 



AO F. COURT NORTUEK.N LIGHT. 
.' No. (;!)3&. meets at Foresters' Uall, 
Broad street. 2>«tl and *tt» Wednesdaya W. _^ 
F. Fullerton. secretary. 



X'AR WEST LODGE. 

iail. cur. Douglas 

timillt. K. of IL 



".WOMAN DBSJRBS HOUSE- T° gStJ 



Y"S ■•.^"'morninga "Apply Boix 17 

( TolonlBt. 



VV-ANTBD- AN BXPBRIEMCBD CHOCO- 
W late dipper, wlary »1J week, al-o two 
eonfectlonery clerks. Apply lOU' Qovern- 
ment stroat, _______ —w——— — 

WAITRESS. APPLY DO- 



1162 VUw slreet, near 



X-l'AN'TEU— MA.N TO INVICST »500 TO 
\\ Jl.UOO iu beat moniy ni.ikinK prop..- 
gllion. clean, absolutely le^filimHle; also 
wanl your services at big reinuneriitiou to 
you. See Mr. Kelly, JO Finch Block. 

rOB BALE— MlSCELLwAJfEOUS 



LITTLE AND THEN 



JUST THINii- A i^iii'-.ii- .r>..-.^ 
write about those rev)alrs or Ihat new 
l.pusr no matt..r how -"»"••»' :'*""'!'; 
Klvim .T. Parker, carpenter and builder. .1 



g 

Moss street. 



¥ 



;'^OR SALE- SI.XTY 
Alberta, seed oats. 



BUSHELS FINE 
U57 North Park. 



I 



,^OR »260— IS-FOOT LAUNCH, 5-FOOl 
beam, 3 h. p. Ferro Special engine with 
reverse clutch', spray Inodd.pump. anchor 
and chain, tools; everything new last Spring, 
Pirfect order. You'll have to hurry It you 
want it.- Lees' boathouse. James Bay. 



l,-^LO(?RS, TKRRA7.A. MARBLE WOOD 
r Corvcrel.. f'oors surfawd, sand'-d and 
cleaned We <outr«ri for reflnlshlng. .,> 



al Roti.ry Floor Machine Co 
Slreer*..- P. O. Box B87. Vancouver 



rpHE WESTERN KKALTY CO.MI 
1 Oovern.nent street, over D. TL R"»8 



store, has buye.a for 



;O.MPANV, 131:J 

■r a. "n. 

fmall homca 



List 



V^^ir- ^/JSper^r with US >d. ensure uulcU 



TO 
Victoria 



School street car. 



-FUR.VISHED BEDROOM. 1037 
avenue, 



w 



.TANTfiD A 
minion hotel 



and S. , Box 844. 



rcp.itre^ and"vft*resJK*iii -umbrellajl and 
lo). mride, r.Jpali''Hl ' ahd . ,r«-ci4«ief.ed. 



w 



AH CHONG 



dry c ean,lng;j|,presiilng 'and rep 



short notice, 
ictorla., B. : 



g 



jst^ 



i ESTATE AGENTS 



SON_ .- 
Lodge 116 meets 1st and Srd^Wednes- 
day K. of P, Hal) W. Appleby, tool Bay. 
preinitnti a. WMniey. Swvrxtwy. Sidney, 

B. c. . — ^- ;. - . 



SONS OF ENGLAND, PRIDE OF ISLAND 
Lodge" A.,. O. P. Uall. Broad--atreet. 
2nd and 4 th Tuesday a President <-• £»"»- 
eroy. Victoria West. Secretary. W. Dawson. 
Head Street. H«qulm.ilti 

CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



VV'ANTBD— filRL FOR GENERAL 
VV housework; good reference required. 
Apply 112!! School street. 



t-I^ANTED — A COMPPTENT DRESS- 
VV maker lo work at private house. Ap- 
ply with ^roferencca and t«rai»^ to Box .7*9 
colonist. -■•• ' '• - .' ' 



OOD. LARGE, SUNNY, FRONT BED- 
room. well furnished, for rent to good 
tenant. Apply 62i! Princess avenue. 



G^ 



^ 



i^OST AND rOVND 



GteAta' 



Uovern.ment 



c5 



ia[lrlnK 
strelbt. 



Aly 



Jl) WOOD. 



ir^uWHBfcRT. HERBERt * CO.— "BAR- 
Vji' 'lain. Victoria Real Estate.' Invest- 
mi-titi limber and fruit land.. «18 Fort Bt. 
jJhiind ItilO.' Cable address. ■'Cuthbcrt. 

IaRRIOt't & FELLOWS— REAL Es- 
tate, loans, timber, mines an.l rentals. 
Offices Vancouver, New Westminster and 
Victoria SIS* Trounce Aven ue. Phone 646. 



m 



^OCLTll* AS'TI MTESTOCK 



\ \ rANTEi>r~01RL OBt BOY. WJVt-^ BE 
VV >ood ftt fiBurea Apply at iJ^nce-J'-.t*' 
Box 150. W. B. Hall, 1817 Douglas street. 



W'ILL THE PERSON SEEN TAKING A 
VV purse out of St. Andrew's R. C. qath- 
edral laat Sunday morning kindly, return 
the same to this office And save further 
troubl e. " ■ '■ I ' • - I 

LOST— A GOLD BROOCH ON' SUNDAY 
night, between 8. fi. Charmer and ?ao 
CoUlnaon Street. Will finder please rtrttim 
to 920 Colllnson Street . ' ^ 



WILL BUY TWO G.AS RADIATORS 
10 a tw( 
portable 



S"10 "in"Al eondltloti. also a two light 



hot-plain gas stove with 
Apply 848 J|;ort streot. 



.'>OH SALE CHEAP— GRAVEL WAGON, 
L 1000 North Park streeU 



IJ^OH SALB:— PIANO PLAYER WITH 80 
J: rolls ot music at less than half cost. 3S 
Colonist officii. ' ■ 

'OOD FOR SALE— L. -N. 'WING ON. 17U9 
Government street, Phone 23. 



T71LECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER 
E rent bv tbe day; Santo. ;»8^50 P«r day. 
Thurman, J4.60 per day. The V 
Vacuum Cleaning Co., P. O. Box 1108. 
Ti'rOU H-AVE A HOUSE TO RENT LE'T 
i ui know. Wc have, more enquiries than 
we c a,, nil' and we can r,nt your hou.a at 
once It' ycu list It with us. Plummer ^ 
1112 Hroa.l street, city. ^ 



Rldeout. 



MERCHANT 



S "ciothos cieiinlng and repairing; all work 
guaranteed. 18(12 Government •"•««' 
^014 Work called for and dellvercdT--* 



TAILOR- 
wor 
Phone 



w 



VVM.NTBD— A WOMAN TO DO OOOKINO, 
V V family ot Two: other '"'.^^jf'' J^* = 'g°™- 



fortablo hoine; good salary 
nlst. >, 



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ANTED — EXPERIENCED CHOCO- 
late dipper. Apply 768 Yateg gtrecL 



DHT.' G Ip. — DEALER, IN ALI, itlNDS mitAcksKLL. ANDERSON A *^°'77,^,^^'; 
of wo|X andT coal. •;i>ellvered to any I 1 (estates, timber loans. Tentals.^collectlons 
t eilirreot. rats*. Phono SJS, | Offlk^es: Reglnt 

jfjjce: 1210 B 

tr-- 



{part of clt| 
} ards. 7 a 



GO TO J. 
orders 



|Paadorf |j ;' j 

1 E. GitlcB TO '<3 
s. WoW piled' llm 



Phon» *:i. ! Offllces: Reglna, Sask.. and Vlo_toi-la. .B, 
Office: 1210 Broad St. Phone l'^*- 



ETjjTOUR PALI 

, yard or lot. bej- 

»«r« cutting. Jleaiuio guitranteed. In.cordli 



SAlL.MAfi.ERS 



H 



v«r. ' Tel., l-lD. j,'' ' ij - 

ILL A WALIfER4— ■WELLINGTON' 
Merles Coal.J COfnof^) Anthracite 



Blacksmith's amX Nbt; lii: 
iiareil. Tel »3; ll!j33" QoV^jr 



COI 

Co ail. 
oal specially pr»- 
rnmcnt St, 



JBUNB ft BRO.. 
awnings, camp 

t70 Joliiiion St. Pho 



QAILMAKERS. TENTS, 
turniitura- Warehouse 

9 ■ 7«». ■ y : „'•' 



OFFICE 1303 
3ROAD SL Coa! delivered to any part 
of the , city at currenf rates, , Phona 847, 
■Wharf. .Tiiotot Chatham 8U , / , 



K INGHAM. J. I ft CC 
BROAI 



CKRAMKRIEM ANf> DAIRIES 



IV 



lOYAL DAIRY— CH BA.MERY BUTTER, 
let creain. milk und buttermilk; re- 
liable for .quality and purity. Dairy 1110 
Douglas St.. or Phone 188. ... 

— . . i > " ■ '> i .l III i|iiiii I II 

DR.WM.EN-- /"■ i' I 



SAUSAGE KIT C HEJf ANDJ DEtptC A TfeS^EN 

/-(AMBRIDGE SAu'sAGEf KITJCHEN. tTs 
\J Fort St. Our Royal Cambridge Sausago 
for excellency of quullljjf and . jjcllcacy of 
flavor arn seldoiA tqunlf^ii o|nd never sui- 

iirimind ' " ' ^i*^ — -r y. ^ -r''—' ■-'-■. 



TT^OR SALB— ONE i:AV ciHLDING. FIVE 
JC years. Iwolght about 1,500 Ibg. well broi, 
ken; one Bain wagon, 3% scane. _.n good 
condition; one .double work harnew. hand 
Btltchcd. vfry Ut'tlo used. J- R. i^mery, 
"Pine .('irove," Sidney, B. C. ■ 



¥ 



TiOtl SALE — FIRST CLASS DUIVINO 
.J horie, 'o years old. soundl and titjllH; 
buggy and harness In good condition. U. w. 
Skinner. Esgulm alt Road. ' - 

TTlOir SALE— 300 LAYING ILBN8 AND 
X puUcts. Plymouthg and Rhode Iglands. 
.-ilevenannt Monte rey Ave., Oak Bfty. 

\,\7ANTBD— TEAM OF HORStoS, ABOUT 
VV 3,^00 Ibg. State age and price to Box 
121 t'olonUt Office. ,' ■ 



ANTED— RESPONSIBLE GIRL 
general work: small family; 
wages. 2317 Blanchard. street. 



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ro-T 

good 



-rHoUND— ON .SUNDAY A FTERN(.K)N AT 
Jo the cornitf /f Government and. Bay. Sts., 
an umbrella; dwjrer may hayo same by ap- 
plying to- Box~n3 Co'onUL ■ 



LOST— RED fTOCKER SP.-VNIEL WITH 
rollar and tag. Answers to "Riifus.'' 
Return to Alice NasF, T 005- Petni>«rtpn road. 
Reward. . ' ' 



[TIOR SALE— POOL TABLE, »60, , WITH 
V full equipments. 811 Fort strnot. 



FOR- SALft— 100 AMALGAMATED DE- 
velopment shares. What orters. Apply 



pm 
Box 9«8 (.'olonist. 



t^OR SALE CHEAP— TWO NEW STEAM 
' drills.' Apply Box 990 Coiottist . 



T^ONCRKTE AND CEMENT 'VVORK, LOW 
\J prices r.-r foundations, basement tloovg, 

^reit-^o."i^'.:i'j.'^P?'MCr'i^0.-L"aT.ro?3.' 

Phono R2103. 



VCIFIC DETECTIVE AGENCY. 
" Government. Phono 2171; upstairs. 



90ii 



P 



Sa rv.;?,':"^;^"^o.t^ce^k.^ ^r^urln. 
n perfect fit alwaya H. M. Wlleon, «14 



7B HAVE THE ONLY ELBCTRK^AL 
machine In vic- 



(;*orinorani. 



LOGAN BERHY PLANTS FOR -feALE. 
, Apply J. W. "AVoblJ, 3rdoml(?«, '. arey 

road. ■ ~ ~ — • — 

•T?IOR SAJ.E— GOOD BUILDING AND CON - 
J: Crete rock; delivered In ^largo or small 
quantities. Apply Oliver Johnson. H»9 Petn- 
broka Street. Phono B19. ■■ 



SITUATIONS WANTEI>— MALE. 



Wi' 



Lost Q.N THANKSGIVING DAY— FAIR 
of Koldrlmmed spectacles between the 
CTirlstlan Science church «nd corner Fort 
and Vancouver vtrecls. ^JTlndsr pleas* leave 

at trolnnist .offitco, • - 



,.]SlTED— BY AN A. M. L MBCH. E.. 

lust arrived from Tiomc an appointment 
With prospects, wKh engineering firm .)r 
consulting engineer; 8 yi-ara •'MJ^'''^?'^* 'T 

India; good nlUi labor,- not afraid of Ijard -;-; -■ -, ,; : — , . 5f - -v..^. ' ^,, " ' 

work. Reply, R. A. R., CarltoaUoIel, Van- _ ogT— ON MONDAY NIORT ON DOUG- 
couvtT. ' , . I JU las Street car or on HIllsldB a/enu«. be- 



LOST-ON THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 
3 between Victoria theatre and Dallas 
r^.ad, a nugget brooch. Finder pleaso re- 
turn to 39 Le wis atreet. Reward. 

LOST— GOLD SAFETY PIN BROOCH 
with nugget. Finder pleaso return to 
Colonist Box 977, 



irtOR SALE— A FEW BUG<;iSS. WAGONS 
J^ and carts to clear out. Why pay lotig 
prices when vou can get what you wont in 
these articles at less thaji e,,iBi. HobU Lcd- 
Inghnm, 7?.7 Cormorant str.-el ^ 



AGGAOB PROMPTLY HANDLED AT 

current rate, by »he Victoria Tren-fer 

Co.. Phon. 129. Office npe^ ""' ^V.^f jjl^ 

'i^^Tov'xZ NOTICE-B. G- «/^»\^,^^"^ 
JK Co Ltd.. have removed their farn> 'J*. 
plementi, buggies, '^•«?J'»' ,•*'=•.•, *?. '* 
iohn»o n streets eaat of DougUs street. 

iSbvAL NOTICE— THOMABCATT**. 

all. buliaer and gan.ral """'"'JSJw? 
removed to til Fort etr.et. above QuMtm, 

T»l. 8J0. 



B^ 



DUTCH BULBS OF A 
for sale at P. T. Johnston's S^eed Store 
613 Cormorant street. 



,VLL DESCRIPTIONS 
nhnstoit's S^eed Stor 
Send for catalogue. 



FOR 



BILLIARDS _- 
set ot English pool, pyramid aiid _bU- 
llard balls; new, never used. 



SALE— COMPLETE 
Id and bll- 
L. Walker. 



BKMOVAL NOTICE 

TLEtVIH. CONTR.itUTOR. HAS RV:- 

. moved from 730 l'-<"'l •"•^ ^ '?'»'"';' . 
iiremises S56 Cormoran+ street, .vhero ne 
wl conUnue to under tako »'"■'■« !*^"» ,f?" 
repairs in all branches ot the Wulldlng v.ai- 
Phone Jill. ■ 



PBOPERTY rO» SALE 



'.iB.N .MILE.S 



passod. 



-f- 



lEA 



.VEV. JOSEPH — OFFICE OH Wharf 
itreet. Telephone 171. ,' 



'iCTORIA TRUCK 
Tatepbone II. 



AND DRAT CO.— 



DYE WORKS 



':iJ7. 



STENCIL AWb SE AL ' gj?'G»^y'?'iL__ 

i.VBRAL "^ENGRAVER AND «TENCIL 
Cuttor. Geo. Crowther, / ll|»a ^.5t'to»rt St., 
behind Post Office. : ' ' ' 



I- 



WANTED — FOR HER KEEP FOR WIN 
VV - ier months, a gwA mtlfch cow. Apply 

Box Nfi Colonist. , 



i.tOR SALE— TEAM OF MARBS, WBIOHT 
x; :;,200; -first class 'roadsters; 3 and 4 
years old. Apply Box 58 Colonist^ 



EXPBRIENCBP tjHI NBSB COOK tween Douglas and • Prior street_s,_ a e^esc«nt 



A wants' eTt'iiaUorT In private family. Ap 
ply Hing Wnh, Sol Flanuartj, Street. 



GAFABLK tOliLTRYMAN, Willi FUT.- 
vloUB experience on large plnnr, desires 
e m p 1 oy mcnt. Box 110 Colonist. 
PP'y V^'NO MAN WANTS JANITQ-R WORK, 
i,X offlco cleaning or__atiy_ kind 



8HOBTHAND 



SHORTHAND 8CHOOL-^-1108 BROAD ST., 
Victoria. Shorthand. Tipewrltlng, 
Bookkeeping, Telcgraphyythoroughly ta.-ght, 
till good posiliona L, A. Mac- 



Oraduate. 
mlllao. prlacipsl. 



-Ai- 



StCAVENGINO 



c STEAM DifE Works— THE lar 

g<>st dyeing and cleaning works In the 
>ro»;nca Country orders sollclte4. T«l. 
ISO. i. C Renfrew, proprietor. 

PAUL-Hr^TnEAlil dVe WORKS-. 118 FORT 
mr*>«t. W«i clean, press and rrpalr 

Udles' and gent««itDea'. .garmuola eqi^t l(^ 
a.w. Phons 834. - ■- — ...-f"-- - ' _ — _ 



E. 



' jilNKS YARDS CLEANED. RB8I- 

deneo 4a« Cook St. Phone 1799. 



FAMILY 
ind 
Burnsiufl load. 



A GOOD 
quiet and ca*/ 



tl ii -H, ABOUT 

..i-lo ro»i. 

COW FOR SALE, 
to milk. ApplT"-i|40' 



TTtOR BALE— TEAM OF GREY MARKS. 
P Blx years. old, for delU'ory or light e* 



prcss; weigh I 2,000 lbs. 
elBS«, Royal Oak., 



of em- 

ploy ment 

~" MlDflcLE-AGED MAN. ENOLISH, 

wants situation' In a gontlemah'a 
house as -an Indoor servant; can, .do plain 
cooking and all dutleB,^n a hotwo. A horn., 
more than high wa«.;e. Apply Box 88. t.t>lo- 
nlst. 



A 



QTEADY MARRIED MAN ,WANT8 PER- 
P5 nianenl AltuaUOtt «* driver. B, rl7I6 



brooch Hct with water brilliants. 
If returned tn (Colonist officei 



Reward 



. WANTED- TO RENT 



WANTED TO RENT —2 rNFURNlSHBD 
rooms, use of kitchen or light liouse- 
keeping, conveniences, moderri: good situa- 
tion, iiitmcdtate. 



Bsqulmalt road. Phone R1627. -poR SALE— TEN ACRES. '^ Iff' •;' ^''^,-. 

f.UTli{^'^vJ:¥^-^^W-^^ifri^n. f^ ^ '^^^U.^ ^^e-.^iaT'trontTf ' nf ■■ 
U rect from the grower. Jay ft Co., J.Xiays v^"v "-heap. Apply l*0& DoUgU. 



Broad str eet 

ODEHN STU.MP PULI..ER. TOOLS 

raBtiufacturcd; free trial. J. Ducrust. 

Burns)*.* Rd . Victoria; phone im. 

WANTEIi — MIHCBLL.\>'KOl"S 



,^ROM SJJOO TO J4B0 PER L.JT IS A BKi 
^ U.crcaar In « months. Parkdale Ota 
(., that extent. V-ry fln^. 
tllTfi each on terma 
C.rner Fort avid Broad. 



Box 114 (•olonlst. 



/ANTED TO KENT— 8IX-ROOMEU FUR 
(' nislied lious 
Itox -lOS. Colonist. 



V y "ViUl'ie.l "l.miso In James Bay, Reply. 



Blanchard. 



FOR vSALB— JERSEV bull CALF, 
dropped Sept. ^(^■, elrrd . by ^""ry 
Mttidehs. Dufco a.. NO. T30J5 A. X irC., 
dihi. Goldef ninws nWrtle.) T;|»b 20Sr.OO.J,5v. J' 



,- „ „. ,, TTtXARMY 

Apply P. W. \o„'-.J[-lj ,„„u, employment 

ihoi- ' I- I '■■■•■ ■^•'•■" 

«Vrii 



CAVALRYJiAN, MARIUED; 
any kind; us.ed to 
B for cooking from 
98 Colonist. 



VICTORIA HCAVK-NGINO 
1828 Government Street. 
A»he. and rubbl.h removed. 



w 



VICTORIA STEAM DYE WORKS. 844 
For*, .treet; telephone 717. Ladles' 

•od Oenllsmer.'. gitrmnot. cleaned or dy«d. 



BLECTIMCIAN8' ft KI.KCTBIC SUPPLIES 



;iNU ON. 17 09 GOVT ST. 
STORAGE AS(D WAREUOI*lJHlU 

a byun! i|«2; 4 "wharf It. 

of Xate.; /cJurTimlSBlon. .tofag 
hnu.Ing, roanut»tfaiurer 8 Bgent lam 
No- 10, Phone j'9,'4. P. O. Box ^0«.; 



K. 



rj^ooT 



A.ND wai-.i:ii(.h 



A TUSON. ELECTRICAL COX ,',Vun'Vni.- 

Jt* " iractora Motor boata ga.oUo. euglosa Js, ^^^^ ;, „„^^ ^ ^^,,, ^^^^ 

Phone A-14 48 788 Fort gt . can. I« Y.l«». P. O- Box 179 

- - - VATES -: 




C. C The, 

the M«rryi,M ■ ' ' '' f.^ "*' 

SJre and dnio ! ■ i -. . -■■■», LITena 

urK AV.islfi , who lioids slate record. Apply 

)■'.. U. jlohn. Turgooso 1'. O.. Saonlchton, 



,^OR «a/LB^FINB ENGLISH S.KTT»RS, 



Six., iuonths- old. pnilgri'ed; out 



of 
Tbampton .Mallwyd Bob strain, eh'jap at $15 
each, Enquire at Gor^o, Lowen property. 
E. Carroll. ■■ .. .. .— - ■ 



H 



AW KINS A HAYWOOD. 728 



INp — 19.00U 
W./W. Dun- 
City. 



tarried. Installations end '■'^«'*'''J,hone'"«4'/ ! piO'^EER >^bVFEE 



attended lo : prlcee moderate. 



KMFLOY^SNT BCBJEAD 



rihHE VICTORIA EMPLOYMENT AOEN- 
.1 cy. h«lp of all kincli furnished. iM 
Jrthnson street. T>hi>no 1284. ^_^ 



VV^N 



NO ON, no* OOVT BT. PHONE I*. 



ahAaS AND OtAlEIWO 



phooa t97 



TEA.S AND COFtltES 

& fiPICK MILLS. 
Ltd.. Pembroke .treatJ Victoria T.le- 



TIMBER, LANDS. ETC. 



C^APT C. J- BI^OWNRlOa. TIMBER 
^ lands, pining. Offlc. Imp.rlal bot.l. 
P.O. Box 883. ;__ ^ V 

~ UNDEBTAKINO AND efilBALMlNO 



:' DEVEREAUX AGENCY 

■l\TANTED 



A.I .\)-,\ .V I'.M'. '• ' icr. t 
first class family. 



.LASS COOK IK 
Apply Box 65 £01.0- 



\\7ANTBD TO RfeNT— A R OR 6-RO(3M 
VV cottage, close In. immedhitely; about 
S20 or ,$25 per mon th. , >pply l OB Cn lonl.t. 
"OBQUlRED— FURNISHED HOUSE IN A 
Xv -doslrnblo. locttlliy; 



modern- Improv 
ments with ntf "least" 'sU bedrooms. Will 
rent for three or six irionths. \\ 
Pnrllitment buildings. Victoria. 



■irtDWARD (TED) OSBORNE— FRIENDS 
iJ lire Inquiring whoreahnuts of above 
IrlslimHii about 23. Anyone knowing same 
kh.div eomtnunicHte with F. S. Hussey. 
Superintendent Provincial I'ollcn, Victoria. 

WfA-NTED — A "siviALL SECOND-HAND 
Vv rowing boat. Apply Victoria Chemical 
( •ompun.\ . 



have Increased 
eleiired lots al tiTiO t 
Pem4icrton & Son, 
SEMl-(iLASSIF!F.D 



1>LEASE LET US HAVE SOME OF YOUR 
fire Insurance. Harman & Appl-^toii, 
r,34 Yates. 



.r 



FBBT 

I ; good 
Real 'B«t8l<>, T08 Tfate. 



OHN.-!()N STREET — LOT 60 

front, near Douglas StLeet, M0£0jl:j|OO.^ 
terms. .Northwest 

street. 



w 



H. Rosa, 



w 



SSX^OND-HAND 



nisf, 



an: ■>■ MAN 

jj , , ,. , , n, iiorats and 

cattle epeclftity. Uafcrences it desired- Ap- 
ply Boy 9<>n Colonist 



WTANTKD 

>V nnfurnlshea house. 
Coloiilat. 



ro RKNT— FUTtNISHED OR | \\ 
' \'pply Box <:7 > > 



TANTED — G OOD 

screw Jack. Box 9fl Colonist. 

iTadi ES 



TOUNG 



TO 



WANTED TO LEASE— A SMALt. 
suitable for poultry fa,rmlng. 
Ttox 8t7 l-'olonlst. 



FARM 
.\pply 



JNI"^.. 

eral faniiius, n(iuireH 
Could take full charge. 
Box 84 Col""i«' 



i PRACTICAL 

tile and gen- 

Kituatlon: married. 

HeferenqeS Apply 



.XPRRlENCraD 

(fenernl f'"- en nprtilm'- ' i" 
nokinc noil neatness eriseni In; 




SITUATION 
I Colonist. 



IN 



COOK 

good 

fArti- 



Uv, 1. 1, tlii.ili.ju. Wa tfes I 8'- 

M "plain COOK; 

• ; no elilldrm ; 



w 

^\'A.Mi;:i 

> > slst K 



HKl.l'- i 
generany, about >8 yuars; 

TACOMA —A 



VV ...i.iir and *'nurBo mold; iMlher mother 



Reded, etc. 
»; treat. 



GLASS — 
sheet, prl.matlc, oraaroeotei. 
Tbe Uelroae Co., l,td-, il* rort 



EVERT DEBCRIPTION OP 
Plat* 



*JBW»' 



i,LMMa. WATCHMAKEBS. «TO. 



A. 



parcH. i«07 DovaLAS 



Be FUNKlRAL rURNISHINO CO., 1016 
. OtrVt St. 1*1. 7»»t. tJ»« ,3337, 2188. 
I28J. Prompt attention. Chas. Hayward. 
I Ar -tiarw^Mt SeA \ 9- 



w. 



„.,'Jf<JR 

90 mold; ' 
B n .1 d n 11 g h r f r of t wo glBlers; referen aej. 

Al?p"Hrv" WOM EN -ITO-R 



cU.\. 
VIoOD 



HOUro- 



ON . AS GENERAL 

!,uBi.i.»« ni;iM,i.jer: advertiser (English. 
34. mVrrled, family.; la an ej-V?;^ f*^"^""' 
lant and train, d orflce man; highest refer- 
ences. Box 930 Cnlontst. ' 



TAULLY FURNISHED HOUSE OF. ABOUT 
J; ^- »l» 4^0010 s wanted In lo" vicinity of 
Victoria for live or six months: -caretul ten- 
ants F. SlroeU-Tiuuhalom hotel, Duncans. 



ITITANTED BY EXPERJENCED MAN, I O - 
"VV slttton In charge oC farm; horses and 
catU" a sperlalty. Apply Box983Cr>lonlsi__ 



YOUNG -MAN \VANT« WORK IN CITY 
In any Capacity. Apply Box 18 Colo- 



W ANTED TO RENT FROM NOV. 1. I'OR 
seven or eight montV>-». fo.tiisbe.l 
house with not less than thee^ he-t.-ooms; 
must hf In good condition aio! c.-nirKlly l.->- 
Mted. Apfily Box 710 ColonJst or 1020 Pen- 
i|.-r..{iist street. _______——— 

TO UCT— HOCSBB 



TANTED— 8I.X 

complete class In practical dermatol- 
ogy course Inchides. hnir dressing, dyeings, 
Meaehlng and facial building; massage for 
reviving wusti'd tissues; removing wrinkles, 
blnek heads ami lilemlshes of the skin; mani- 
curing wig makl.ig and hair work In all Its 
branches. Grailuates easily secure good 
position. «t highest wage*. Full particulars 
on aiipllcailoi. to the Secretary, Miss Ev« 
I'dweil, Canadian College of Dermatology. 
723 Pender street. Vancouver, B. IV 



'iTHIN ON-K.. MINUTE _ 

nvnt atreet and the Fountain, .nlco- 
fi-room cottage and ItooA l<>t. j,„ , j- ,, 
gewer For quick sale. |2,100, Re"t«<' •' 
216. Harman gc Appletott,, 684 Yatea 



OF OOVBRN- 
intaln. 
elec. lljlht. 



UMAI.L SUBinviSlON. HIJLTON "TRWBT 
h half block from car; » H aqre*. Ptteo 
$2 100 an\Bcre; terms arranged. Northw.egt 

Real Estate, 706 Yates atreeL 

Vn.SIOE RESIDENCE - FIVE MjNl-'TBS 
1 from T^tm> OfnP)Pv-« t^sme. .PJ"^*'" J» 
..very, way; close to Beacon Hill I'ark^ Twme 
""^ ^' Peroberlon A Son, conrer Poll 
*■ , ' ' ,■ ■ 



»3.500. 



\v 



TANTED— BOO CtjRDS FIRST .CLAS.St 
cord wood. Apply W"" "' Colonist. 



nlst. 



X^'OUNG MBLlfTANICAL BNOlfJ«ER PEr 
X slrea pt.sltUm with engineering f'"'"! 

... ..I. -« lak....*.ll»r> \'' I * .•nil A 1 I (^ ]\ I * 



elenning 



BED HITTING 



\v 

rn HR EE l-A RO E SUNNY 
1. roams to I* tVw "'»'""'''' ''"■ g-^n","""*"; 
eTfc-n-'^t sit unllnn, 1*11 modern conveniences, 

riose In ear; Fnrt. , ^ 



i. BANNA, UNDRRTAKEK — PAR « , • . 

c.H...jrU^bl..ir,;r cl'ntrl^Tr-li £ j Advertise in the Colonist 



STREET Cellete •' iBmnaiming. i^invr«.ui •" "- 
••»2^» » KA*/ Otftee m^Ke «tt. »«■> »IW1» nV 



witlj view ot invt-eilng. V. C-. 
gan strei;) 

"-iOmFet I-: ■- T 1 ; ' ' • . K 1-. !■; I : < ■ c: I ; 

cashier seeks pon.iioii. i.ijtAnu- 
ehnri;e ol office. Unv 1 Co ion 1st.- 

r\S T i-UJ ■ - P (3 S 1 T I O .N 



ehn 



flO Michl- 

A N D 
,: iHktng ! 



TO I^ET:_ prRNlSHKD. FOR « MONTH.S, 
suburban home e,loS" to Victoria: liousa 
«>nl«lns nine rooms, nnd has .no-le.-n c.in- 
ventencps; between 2 and 3 .»eres of ground. 
lawn. shruhb.Ty. etc., stable ami out l...us..» 
Rent »r>0 pei- month At rangen'.euls can bo 
madr for the use of hnrsws. buggy, etc. Ap- 
ply The, British Columbia I-and * investment 

Agency, Llmlled^^ 

mo LET. UNFURM.'^HED, TWO STORY 
X house. Burd'-tte Avenue. 8 ro.ims. first 
clBss .-ondltlon, newly doni' up; moilern. Ap 
ply Telephone 1148, 

■' Son RRN'I" 



YOUNG MAN IN STEADY ■ EMPLOT- 
ment during day time would like small 
set of books to keep evenings. Apply Box 
5 Colonist. 



DIVER M. Mcdonald has purchased 
the Capital (Tannery pile-driver and la 
now well equipped for wharf building, bridge 
building, submarine work an* diving. Ad- 
dress 2519 Oovcrnment Street Tel. L 1S85. 



at 

and Droad. ^ 

^-,-^S^rii;i A LT-THRBne-QU ARTEIIS ACRE 

lli close to E«iuli7ialt ':.»'l"'««v^/*!2u' 
•tree! FrlcB fl.sM; "leo two »«N>4 lota, 
XZ\o lang cVv'e. 11.650 for lb* two: Har- 
man & Applnton,^S4 Yatee, - 

SALE^FIVB OR 
main road 
church.!.: $10 P^r acre. 
Salt Spring. B. C. 



|.-^OR 

X" does to 



TEN ACRIBS. 
Wharf, aehojtt, 
Bon »9. Omn$** . 



VV 



h 



AS GE.NRRAL 
bvi.lO'BB n.iios^gi'i'. advertiser; l-inglish, 
34 man led, Inmlly, is *11 export aeeoiie- 
t«nt and trained ofTtce man; hlgheet refor- 



NEW COTTAGE 
Just off Richard- 

nd full basement. 

hut water lank and elec- 
mnntb with prlvtl- 
wllh 
li 



A NEAT. 
«n I'nrnwull street. 
son; seven ro.mi., bath 
with cement floor hot w 
trie fixtures at I2f» p.V» mnntb with 
e«,. of pur.haalng. Coromtmlrale 
Osvner. J o Cameron, P. O Box 8 8 

nRo nET-FVRNISHEt) BUNQALOW, 



TANTBD— BOARD FOR UIOH-8CHOOL 

girl; must be near school. Communl- 

cste with P. O. B ox hi. 

ANTED— TO PURCHASE, OLD MA- 
boigaojr furntl«<p«i~~«l«*k4h craoAtatbet.. 
clocka. ooina stampa, etc. A. A. Aaroeattn, 
M Johneon atrnet. 

,— ■ „ M I 1 'I ■ 

WANTED— SCRAP BRASa. C O P P ■ R. 
stno. I*a4. caat iro«. aaeka an<l^ alt 
blnda of l»o«tI*a and rtikber; hlcb««t eaah 
prlcea paid. Victoria Jiw>k Ageaey, I<3« 
Store atreet. Pl»eBe Itti. 



r cullJvated and '•"<:'{*• Jlt*S;^'.*«ilS!l' 
balance 110 month. Northweat BeftI Wt«»., 

706 Yatea •""^f,'- ^ ; ___._:*__—',- 

f>aR~iAt,ii~r pHoicB~HOMB. mwy 

r mlnutt. walk frewi W^'fJ^Ii-JKIT 
n»w R-room hoaee. wen pl»»n««. 

Witt atajul 

.^anMC' 



m 
tically 

turnstce... conservatory 
«np»t« 

cloar^t 

P. O. Drawer 757. 



-• good la-am and jr»tda»; w«tl 
it tn»p«>ctl<»ti. Apply te **• 



TilORT STREET SNV--<a"'<^ »AiM W « 

r I'iO feet, for **»■"••„ »f- «■ iiJ!?'^''' 
rfmherton ft Sorr: coetrey-Fwt fcti^ »'"»•''■ . 



A WtV^rt J»W»L«RT, tItAMONDfl. BR- 



mHE GRAND TRUNK PACmc HAV* 
1 filed their plane for «•"«»'"•>• *A/*5^ 
O^orge. rUr Tnrt George lowrjattw let* «••* 
Child * uo, 7»7 Yataa atreei. 



Xi>OR LOTS IN Hl««fiA?*»« 
Jt? Haakataon. (N^ Clitlff » Cw. 



fWtm*' 






^fstm In TftE 



*■ AN ibcTRAORWiNAiif m 



list 



mK^s^i^^^^!Sfrm^m^*9!^>^- 



»'*wif;«i«»»!*a?a»>5j4isfe 



P^^^^i^^5^|p.wi2^™I,jr«, 



mmfmmwv, i; y wjwMJ ' piPmWg 



•H i||)|l |,ti, i wu iii|i ii i ,i| 







TuMd«y> N«v»mb«r t, 1910 



VyCTQBIA DAILY COLOmst 



CbNOEWSEe^ ADVERmme 



f 



=^ 



-rt»^ 



rROrKBTY I-X>B HA 



(Colli.) 



155 



X ilU — PKUDl'CINO J5fl MOKTlir.V, y„„ej, i„ 
oolv om- IjlDi'k from inuijfi-ly . hall 
111.-, mi.- wiii.-ii Koid tor jiB.ouO. . • *:»*.j^.:Jj«i 
liuf'-liuRcd uii ■ lis;.- t. riii!<. I'l-mln-i'ton « «on. 
rumor Kort and JJioail. 



*rtJV/ bi-rn 



Bi;V.S TWO LOTS IN Al- 
I, clo»i> In. Uox Mi 



CIAL.13 Oii LKASE. SIX 
CT^land, full bearing oKliard 

1 v» niiic* .fi'ui" i;Hy 

Kwaii Lakf. 



iV Colon ml. 

AlMtKS (JOOU 

._ . .. , Kootl hou"'-*. 

limlta. Nfwcomb, neur 



LEE & FRASER 

L,OHii Fire ahJ I-'W lueutrance 

1)1 J Trounco Aa'«""" 



: Births Marriages Deaths ^ 



,♦♦♦♦♦•♦■■♦•♦■••♦♦■♦■ 



I- AMnSON STHKKT, ^l.H 
J llu) railway w.W'rtiilnii ; can 
eliag^d <-luBP on cany U-rnia 



Ue pur- 



EIGHT-HOOM NKAHIA' NEW HOUSK, 
Kern VLXifX. Fort Btr«.U. Prlow $3,800; 
third cash. Full partlcularg. Uutltr's, 901 

Ta\i.8. ; 

W'HE.N IvOOKl.NC. 1''<JK OKNllNE SNAl'.'S 
>V lu proii..-rt.v look ut» thf We»i>'rn 



liealiy 
over D. 
llieni. 



Coinimny, 
II. UoM" 



1319 Uovernnicnt sU-Lii:t 
store. Wb . always luavo 



1,-^IJ1,1. t4IZKl) 
»u-i>«t near 

tl 0.000. 



l,OT ON COHMOBANT 
UoukIus wUh large houae, 



FKICT FUONTAOb; ON 1X)1;GUAS 
i«^Oft ni'BX I'lty hall: corner lot; 
can be had rtasonable; »yleniild iUe for 
• lore. 



ACRES KEAK i ji'^ijJijsji.- — A, yj .Joseph's hosplUil. on 

- ' ' till- 5th ItiHl.. CluiHtinn Mi'Ali)ine, 

widow of tho lale Walter McVlpliie, 
(iKfi'l fil year.s. a native of Ayrshire, 
Sootlftnd. 

Tho luiicral wUI lake place today at 
2:ai) ji. m. from the Haiina chapel. Yatf.>i 
slrvet. 

Krleiids please accept ilil.s imlniatioii. 

BAKEU— Harold Hyde Baker, youngest 
Hi.ti of the late Col. JarneH Baker, on 

• ir.th October, at I'lirk-sione, \\'. 
liiiuriicmdiilli. KnKhind. 




ITtOR SALE— LAUNDRY AND LOT ON 
; Slnicoe »tr»et. block 3!). lot 20 trlangU 
"•hape. Price 13.700. Apply 170S Gov't at. 



V'k 



I'TKI, .'^IZlilD l.UTS IN .UEAUT ^V 

huBlii.-»H district. $13,000. on on»y 

l..rn>«," I'Liubertoii & Son. cornof Fort and 

iiriiiid. . Z.-.l'. 

XTICE HOMES. CLOSK TO COi-WOOD 
i.\ ■ sratlon In S and lO-acre hld*k»; also 
flni> \:\ni\\ of ;i^0 acrts. Rood bottom land. 
This is a. rarf chaiico to obtain tho best at 
tlii- Iraat poifctbli- prico. See Ihe.ownor. Air. 
Taylor, at Colwood station every mornlne, 
for terms. , - 



CITY BROKERAGE 

IIU Douglas 61., OpposltB iUrubanls Bank i 



/-\IR. SPECIALTY IS HOMES BIT AVE 
V/ Ivavt' three splenUUl ..farms, all wUhln 
4;i mlnutBS dr.lvi'.of elty hall. 



JT^LEVEN 
-i room new cottaKe, 



BE WISE IN TIME 
Dougrlus street ear 



AND TAKE THE 
to ttirm'nua. then 
tnko a w'lUt along Carey road and sec the 
Improvements taklnp place. It Is a »"'« 
rioublinB of your monoy if you consult But- 
I, r the .'^iianieli Keal Estate man. Don t 
■\vait.,lor-t.he vitr hut g^t la-on-.lh.a ground 
floor. ■ 



ACRES. --mNE CLEARED, .^IX 
good woU _ wat«r. 
pumped to house; KuEoUne euftine. wiUor 
I. TOO gallnns, first elass sluble. The whole 
property fenced with wire ana,-f"edHr posts, 
all in first class condition; easy ti;rn^8. Price 
JH.UOO, 



Oihen buying your Pidr\o 
insist on havir\<5 An 

OTTO MIGEL' 

Ptdno AclioTx 



NOTICE 



rpEN .Vi:'fUS8 AL'L IJNDBR OULTlVA-TTONr- 

X !f<wrf 5-room cottagi?r water laid to 

house from nTVcr-talllnff well; EaaWlno en^ 
grne,~kood outhulIdlngB. and the land la In 
flfst class cond+*ton; caay termg. J'rtce^^S,&..00. 



AND ONE-HALF ACRES, ... 3 'i, 
3-room hdaMf, 100 tt'ult trees, 
about 1,000 . strawberries; on main road. 
Price »4,000. 



XTJINE 

JL.1 cleai^d. 



age. 
Box 



Would pay 
20 Colonist. 



TO BL'V-^ABOUT 
-1 livnd ; lake or »l 
cash for bargain. 



WTANTED T^^ "-- ,. ,„, 

VV acres of good limd; lake or »e« front 



FIVE 
front - 
Api-iy 



VV 



rANTED— SMALL HOUSE, NEAR 



CAR 

line w-lth one or two acres of land. 
o wners only. Apply Bo.x 21 t olnni^it. 

WHOLESvVLEBS! BEST INSiDB Bt'Y 
offered. 60 x 240. less 30 x 60 feet 
f.ir only $13,000, on easy terms. Pcmberton 
& Son, corner Fort and Broad. 



^J-.S 



ST 



BE SOLD— SIX-ROOM HOUSE 

with all m6*ern convenloncea, - isix 

minutes from cltyyhall. ■Will de^al with pur- 
chaser onbv- Apply Box 3 3 Cotonlstr 

nOOMH 

. _^aa .antl 

a.:hestiiut avenue, on Fort street. Phone 1111. 



X-'OR SALE— A HOUSE OF TEN 

JL' on lot between RlcKmond jroad . an,0 



TT'OR'- SALE— HALF ACRE. DOUGL.VS 
1^ Street car line. Box 10 P. P.. Vjcj^jfj^ 

/-(ADBORO BAY— 25 ACRES OF^ FINE; 
\J land for subdivlBlon. Wescott & Letts, 
1317 Broad stTt-et. • . ~ :_ 



S'JKiA TO $275 PER LOT IN-PARKDAt.^ 
-iOU re-sales. Lots have sold for $450 
each that cost >Ji00 originally. . Sub-diyi»lon 
ohiy 3 1-2 blocks from car line and over- 
looking city. Cleared, eulttvated lots; 55o 
original lots sold, dozens resold. Pcmberton 
Sc Son, *; orner Fort and Broft'd. . ' _. 

. rROPERTY WANTED 



.^'f^-'lff**: 



C. H. RICHARDSON 

61S Fort btceet, lluum 1, tpstiiLrs 



JAMES BAY UISTRICT — A CORNER LOT 
on tv.-a first class streets; lot 60x163. 
with a nice 6-room house with all con- 
veniences. — Property Is open to an offer, l. 
Small cash payment down, balance as r'^n*/ 
This property hiva ample room for another 
house to b« erected on It and would bi-lng 
In a fair revenue to an Investor. 



I.IQUOK ACT, 1910, 

'NOTICE )s hereby giveri Tfiat "ii Uie 
ist day of Ueccniher iic.>:t. H^>pllcatlon 
will h(j made to tht> Superiutcivdent of 
Provincial I'oUco for the renewal of the 
hotel llconse to sell Ihitior hy I'elail in 
Uie hottd known as the Four-Mll» Hoii.se. 
situated on tho (Joldstieum lload, Ks- 

quimalt. District, in the Province of 

BrttlBh OoluniblB. ' ' --Jii^i.,^ 

Dated this 26th (lay of October,, 191(1 
* M nnrrrji 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



Kokallah School. 

.SiCALKl* TlONDiiRo, KtiperMcrihed 
"Tender for Kokallah fcichool UuUdiiiK. 
wil'l ho lerelved hy tli.! lloiioruhic tlie 
.MIni.Hter iif rnhlie Worka, up lo'^nd In- 
cludiilK Wedile.^day, tlie IMli <iay of -No- 
veinoer, 1910, for ll>« erecMon and com- 
plptlon /tjf a Hniall dne-r(Xotn«d school 
l.nildinK at Kok.silah, in the t.owlcUan 
Electoral Dihtricl. / , 

I'laim, «pei.'lflcatioiia. contract, ana 
forms of lender may he neon <.,n &w\ 
after the. Lst day of November. I'.HO, at 
llie office of tlie Government AgiMit at 
Uuncair, tho Secretary to the ycl'O"' 
Board, \V. Pater.son. Ksti., Maple t-le" 
Farm, KoUsilah, H. C; and llie--4J*{uu:t, 
nieut of I'ublic Work.s, Vlclorln, 

Kacli propuaal nnust ho accompanion 
by iiii accepted bank eho<iue or ceitin- 
ealo of depasit on a chartered biuik or 
Canada, made pnyfible to the Itoriorable 
the .MiniHter of Public Works, fop th.^ 
sum of $iriO", which shall be forfeited IL 
llie \.arly tenderliiK decline lo enter into 
couuacl when called upon to do so. or 
"ir" lie fitTl .to "complete the work con- 
tracted for. Tho che«t»teu or certifioateH 
of deposit of unsuccessful tenderel-s 
will be retjurned to them upon the exe- 
cution of the contract.^ - 

TentliJrs will. not be conKl<lered. unless 
made out on tlie form.s supplied, slKned 
wltli-thfl.. actual Bjgijat.tire. oX the ten- 
derer, and enclosed lii the ouvelopej* fur- 
nished. ' ^ 

iMiy tender not noces- 



CITY OF VICTORIA- 

A complete list of Local Improvement Works, authorized by Bylaw, from time to time, will be found 
po8te4 on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance to the City Hall. 

CORPORATION OF THE 
DISTRICT OF OAK BAY 




NOTICE 



OOUGB, 
Applicant- 



NOTICE 



NEAR WiULOWS XXA,R LINE— A 
room bungalow: <julte new and 
lot. Lot 50x200. Price $3,3S0; cash 
balance iu Jgnt . 



Six- 
large 
J5U0, 



: SCOTTISH HEAlTY CO. 

Beam s, Challoner Block, Tmtt* strast. 



Challoner 
asxt bank. 



Block, Tmtt> 
Phon* 140J. 



DESIRE TO PURCHA.SE LOT OR HOUSE: 
orr"68BV"t6-rtn«r-Wltut traa-w-yon ? . Box 
9B2 Colon ist. • ' *^ . 



\T^ANTED TO BUY—BUNGALOW WITH 
■>.V about half to one acre land near C5,r 
Une; cheap tor cash. Apply P- O. Box lOiS 

ViPtor),^. •' ' 



JUBILEE AVENUE — SEVEN-ROOM 
- house and lot; arable, garden, etc. 
Price $2,600,: terms arrtingred. 



RUDLIN STREBT—FJtVB-ROOM COT- 
tage, larjfe lot, good garden. Sna^ at 
$2,600; terms $400 down, " 
7 per cent. 



balance easy $i. 



OSS STREET — MOUSE 
seven rooms ; modem 
T-.ice $3,SB0; terms ea.<>. 



-M' 



AND • LOT. 
trnprovenMsnts. 



XIQUOR ACT, 1910. 
(Section. < 2.) 
NOTICE tiJ hereby~gtven tBSt, on- the 
first day of December next,, appItCfitlon 
will be made tu the .Superintendent of 
Provincial .Police for renewal of the 
hotel license to sell liquor by retail Jii 
the hotel known as tbo Govgrfe hotel, Flt- 
iiate Bt Gorge, on TllUcum rpad, Esqul- 
malt district, In the Province of Brit- 
ish coiumwari: . :i-._ .. _.„ .,. .. , „, . 

Dated this 26th day of October. 1810. 

-B. MABSHAUL. 

,. ; : .T ■ _ Applicant: 



The lovvo.il «' 
sariiy accepted. 

-DepSWniei.i . 
Victoria. ■« . 



1.'. C: GAMBLE. 
Me Woi-ks Knglneer. 
, PnWia .Wock.s, , 
.■,."2Ttli' October. TfilO. 




NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 

tO.Mr.\NV.. LTD. - 
Corner Broad ttSrTTew" BTireBW" "^ " 

BOLGLAS STij^T—LAnCJE CONNER, 
13)0. feet, on: #»ugtaB.. 110 on Flsguaad. 
J'rlce 4tB,000: teems to be ." a rr aaged.--^ -- 

TXi~-41.J5.'> PER 



COWICHAN SUBDIVLSIONS OF EROM 
ten acres up, .nei),r station.- (or country 
homes. Within 36 miles' of Victoria Dally 

train serviro. 



EXCHAJ\IGE REAL ESTATE GO; 

na Fort street Phone 1*37 



OPPOKTrKlTIEK 

ACRE IN OAK BAY, CLOSE 



TO 



ONE -^,-. , 
waterfront and park. «>.rautlful sv 



choice residential 
This »»-»;1t*«« 



roundlngo, miltable foi:. 
Wre*, -$8'.000; half cash 
than .vahi<'. ■- 

GNB-THIRD AORB LOT NEAR GORGE 
roart and car; ha« BriMlll house ort It 
containing one living room and two bf^d- 
rooras. kWchen, shed, etc^ .beautiful liwatlon. 
aa_B"»d road; would make two ni<;e lot*, 
$250 Thawg and $35 pwr moritjl^'Pi'lcff $1,500. 

-<fe4^rtTER ACRE . WITHIN BIGHT 
«lpl<jU tniles of city: nne fruit land; 
fr'ofl I lng"*i51t Telephone l|ne and water main; 
close to station; terms, -"-'■. 



Maynard & Son 

AUCTIONEERS 

^e WUl sell at our salesrooip, -1314 
Broad Sfreet, on 

FRIDAY 

■ • -3 P., M. ■ . t . 

seltBCT and almost new 

Furniture and Effects 

ROt^i^ER TOP DESK. ETC. 
-.-^_™-,jB«H.- .Particulars Later, 



MAYNARD & SON, 



Auctioneer!. 



Westbolmo School. 
SEALED TENDEliS, superBcrihed 
"Tender for Wcatholine.. School Build- 
ing,' will be received by the Honorable 
the Minister of PubUb Works up To 
noon of Mondaj*. the' i4th day of No- 
vember, laiO, for tho erection and com- 
pletioii of a large one-roomed Boiiool 
buildijfc.'at, VVe'tholme, In the Gow- 
Ichan Electoral DlBlric.t, , V ^ 

i'lahs. specif Icatloiis,' contract, ano 
forms of tender may be seen on and 
after the iBt day of November. 101". 
at the offl<:<?s-t>f tlie Government ABcnl. 
Duncan, and at the Department of Pub- 
lic Works, Victoria, -— 

Each proposal' must ^be accompanied 
by ah accepted bank, cheque or certin- 
catft of dopofilf on a chartered bank or 
Canada, made payable to the Honorable 
the Minister *f Public Worka, for the 
sum, of $200, Which shall. \)e forfeited 
If tlie party tendering decline to enter 
into contract when <-allfcd upon l.V dp so. 
or If ho fall to complete the Wfork con- 
tracted for. The cheijues or~certtflcates 
of deposit of unsuccessful tenderera 
will be returned to litem upon the. ex- 
ecution of the. contracH. • . 

Tenders -will nut be considered unless 
madg oti t O n the forinn supplied, signed 
with the actual Blifnature of the ten- 
derer, and enclosfed. In the envelopes fur- 
nished. . . ^ ,.. 
The ^owest or ftny tender not.tioces- 

sarlly. accepted.. ^ ^ ^ ,,a, r^ 

■V. C. GAMBLE, 
Public Works • Engineer. 
Department of Lands, .v^.'. 

-' Victoria, B. G„ 2«th Ortober, ISlft^^- 



irOTZOE TO COHTBAOTOmB. 

SKALKD T15.\DfCH.S, suporscrlbed 

"Tender for Substrifcture, BridKe. VVal- 
liiu'hln Cl'eniiyB). B. C.," Will be 
re<'eived by the Honorable the. 
-Minister of Public Works, up 

lo and incliullng Monday, 2Slh day of 
November, IIUO, for the erection and 
cotTiplotion of the MuperMtiuctine of u 
two-span steel brIdKe ovar the Tboinii- 
8on river, near Walliacbin (formerly 
Penny*.s), a Htalloii on tiie line of tbe 
Canadian . X'acinc PvaHwaj . ^aliQUt :ilii 
miles east of Vancouver, B. C. 

Urawlngs. spetdficationH, contract and 
forms of tender may be seen on aiwl 
after the ISth day of -tStrtober. 1910. at 
the uffiee of E. McBrlde, K.hii., Koad hii- 
.Derintendont. ^ili Kalrlleld l.iulblinK. 
Granville street, Vancouver. B. i'.. and 
at the office of tho i'ublic Worlts Ehki- 
iieef. Parliament Buildings, Vlciorlu. 
B. C. ■ . - „ 

intend iiiK underel-r'can7by~applying to 
tho underslgiiod, obtain one copy of the 
drawloKS and one copy of the specifica- 
tion for thJ^sum of five dollars U.'^'.O.O.) 
Each tende-i- TnnBT be accompai>ie.ti by 
an accerited liank cheque or ceitlficate 
of depo.s'lt on a chartered liank of Can- 
ada, niiide pa^vable to ihe Hon. the Mlti- 
istei* of Fu hi tc Works, I'or tlie sum. of 
¥500, whlcti shall be forfaltcd if tl.se 
party tendering^ decline to enter itito 
contract wlien called upon to do so. The 
cheriues or certificates of deposit of un- 
.sunceK.sfiil tenderer.s will be returned 
"to them upon the execution of the con- 
tract.- 

' The successful tenderer sball ftirriish 
a bond of a Guarantee Company satis- 
factory to the Minister of Public Works 
In the sum of two thousand live hun- 
dred dollars (J^i.SOO) for the due ful- 
nilnient of the contract. 

Tenders will nc:, he considered unless 
made out on the forms supplied, signed 
with the actual signature of the ten- 
derer, and enclosed in the envelopes fur- 
nished. - -1. 
Th© Ipwest. or any tetidej; ftfit.'n«Of«- 
sarily accepted. -.-- 

F. C. GAMBLE. 
•Public Works Engineer. 
Department of Public Works. — 
Victoria. B. C, 14th October, 1810. 
nil. ,. I u) ' 'in '' ;]:,' ' ' ■ "■.! ' ' J" 



Tiu- jVIuiil.lpal Count 11 of tba Coriio- 
rutlon of the City of VIeloila having 
determined that it 1« desirable to con- 
struct permanent sldewulKs of concrelu 
on both .sides of: 

1 — Ainpblon street, from oak Hay av- 
enue to <;'o\vaii avenue. ,j^ 

2 -Uobert^ui Htr.H:t. fr'uo '•fl'Mb'wood 

Crefsc.-ent tu l''aii field Itoad.^: . ,.., „„ 

:• — wi;iwuod avenue from LUUan roa^Ji 
to Uoss Bay. 

And tlmt ' the,jf.ald _>V0rk8 slvplV he, 
"carried out in aocorimilce^wTtTi tho pro- 
\i.sloiis of llie Local IniprovoiTienl Geh- 

<.,.rti. j^yjnw ttwl iimenilments tlierelo, 

and the t?lty ■RnKliieor' and- City Asses- 
,sor liaving reported to the council in 
act'ordance Willi the jirovbilonH of sec- 
tloi) 4 fit Hiiid liylaw, upon each and 
every of said work.M of "local Improve- 
ment '.fivintr Blatemenis showing tho 
iUTiount.s oal.hnalkd flu Lio- chareeuble in 
eaeli cane agnin.«it' Ihe vnrlwts portions 
of real proi)prty to be benefited by the 
.said wotk.^ and tlie reporlsf of tho CM^y 
lOimlneer and C^lty Assessor aH aforesaid 
iRielng been adopted bv tho coimcH:- - 
NOTICE IS HERERY— OlViiN- -tfeal; 
tl'o Maid reports are open for Inspe:'- 
ilon at the office of the.:Ciiy Assesiior. 
i:i>v Hall, Douglai? .street, and that un- 
less a -pttitlon agaln*it , any., proposed 
work of local Improv nnent alKivo nicii- 
tioi.ed. Klgned by a hi.-ijority of the own- 
ers of the land or real property to be 
fs«".>^<^^..i for such Improvcmont, and 

1 ling at lea.st one-half of tho 

\ i .• -i the saidland or ren! properly, 
is presented to the "con. ■ I'lln !;> 

davH from .he date of ' ' pubU- 

cailon of I' ' ■" ■-• til eii will 

proceed ■ iiosf-d IrnprOA-etrt^trt- 

iin..n Kii, .. :.. a... a;id conditions as to 

iiieut of tlve cost- of such Im- 

I lit as the council-may- liM— l>*t^ 

law in that Beliair regulate anddeter- 
ntlne. " , • 

WELIirNGTON. J.- DOWLER, 

C. M. C. 
("ty Clerk's Office, Victoria. B.~C.. 
October 22nd. iaiO.„--. ' ' 



VOTSKB' USX. 
KSGISTRATION OF HO08apKOI.»I!»«. 

.NoTni'-. Ls iii:u.I':bv cn'K.v tiiat ail 

pe-uon.s win. are not the regi.slered own- 
ers of piopeiiy hill who are re<iulred to 
regiHter tlielr namcH In accordance v.lth 
Section 10 of the Municipal Kleetlona 
Act, 190S, must (ll«^ Htatulury declara- 
tion with the under.slgned on or before 
.G- p, m. oh tjie flr.st day of December 
next. ' 

The official T.Tx" Ueceipt mn.st be pro- 
duced by every person making such dec- 
blTI. tloii. ... 

.1. s. Fi.oYD, c. .:m. f. 

Law t'liamherH, Bastion Street, Vic- 
toria. B. C. 




SHERIFFS SALE 

FXUFli 



A .V OTHER .eOR.V^R 

*\- . frotil. foot. 



L"MFtY FEET BETWEEN PANDORA AXD 
I? Johnson at $1,H10 pel- front fofit. 



"^WS 



_ ARE EXFLUSSIVB 
'these properties. 



AGENTS FOR 



ALBttRNl LOTS FOR QI,*I('K SALE. TWO 
.^. tots, for, j:25; casB down, 125 and JIO 

m o n l.h . '. ^:;i__ 

A. WILUAMS & CO LTD 

70* 'Vatcfs Street Phone 1388 



DAVIES & SONS 

' "Tflll sell By Himtrotr— - 



.ind.l*.v virtue id' a warrant 
of exoctition issued out of the County 
Court, holden -at Victoria, I have, seized 
and taken po«sesHlon of the goods, chat- 
tels and cffecus of LouLh Alderman con- 
tained in- the preiniHe.-. .\'o'. ti^n Fort 
sli'eet and known' as' Hie Fiibjiii' Tailor- 
ing Co., consisting of slock of woolen 
goods, lixtures, tailoring outrit,_Wheeler 
& Wllsnn sewing nnicliine, jaigo iiilrror, 
electric light lixturos, olectiic preaa 
Irons, etc.; also linexplred lea.se of prem- 
ises, and will offer the same for salo. 
at public auction on the premises on 
4'Vidar~next, November -Ith, at 10:30 
a'.- m. Terms of sale casli. Inventory 
'Of stock, etc., can be seen at my office.. 
. F. G. rilCHAUDS. 

Sheriff. 
S;herlffs Office, Law Courts, Victoria. 

jJovejpbecaft, 1010. 

— . L.. . v ' .:w "i;!^ ' * ' ■ ■ 



NOTrCE 



NOTICE 




NOTICE 



CONTKACTOaS. 



-FORT STREET — CORNER LOT. 
racing on three Btreeta. fiOxJ'-'o. 
with ttt-o lar«p liBuaes; best buy on street. 
Price »1 7,000'; terilia. .. 



425- 



4£\-\ — NEAT, NEW 4-ROOM COTTAGE 
-jA irlth bath «nd pantry, city water; 
litrge lot. Pr ice |1.«00; terms. 

- I T:r> \X'— -LOT 23, T'hE THIRD LOT FROV 

)X1A VV "'the Douglas street car terminus, 
on Clovei-dale avenue.. Price $525. 



SHAW REAL ESTATE CO.- 

Phone ipji 707 Vi Vates Strsst 

\riCTORlA-'W*I#fi' BOOM— THAT IS NOW 

% an ■• imdlspate* prcsehtmeltit. ' Argue 

any. w«y you Uke, bOt remember, "Victoria 

will hqcim." ■ . _ '_ 

LOT, ONl'T 

-_.,,, „ ., , --.. SI" a mcuJth, 

.qjie-bal' mile, frohi City' Hall; high anddi-y. 
near to park and , school. Wljai do , you 
think Of that? 



$— /\r»-— V.\NFOt'VBR • fjT. 
< Uv.fclfiiLjyjSih, balance 



flhrtrrji'—Fiflfe'.tARGE "LOT. ' LTATTH ST., 
#U i tjEsquimalt. Imprtrvcit-- nod waltlns 
for you. .- 

*(a»''riV> AN ACRE — A BEAUTIFUL 
#ij£>V tract of larid close lo city, obtain- 
able on extieptlonally easy terms for two 
wi-.ekB noiy. , ' ■ . 



t)i-vri-^FlVE AND A H.VLF ACRES. .3«4 
Jl d\J\J a cres' cleared. iOO fruit trees; snap. 
Only Sa.aOO. 



Tp \T;r— BIXTY-FIVB Arr\EP. «OOD COT- 
JlLi VV tagc, atrfblc. cJilcken house; half 
mile of fn)ii'^liS'e on main roatl ; excellent 
fruit an<t~mieken' ranch, only soven mljes 
from \aJito)-la. most pk-asftnt location. Only 
J»r> per aere. 




Furniture and 
Effects 

COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, 

Thursday, Uth 
2 p.mv 

at salesrooms. 5^5 Yates street. Just 
below Government street. Particulars 
Utter. _ - ~ 



BE AA&OK nEMtnON WHITE, 
DECEASED. 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS 



TAKE NOTieE^hat pursuant to the 
■'Trustees a nd "aa i oaVi tora Act ' all cred- 
'tTR>Y3r'"g na ' " otfu sr ir I ta'Vtng • olai nip ■««:«*««*. 
the est-ate of Aaron Denton • Whiter 
formerly of Sooke, B. C, who died on 
the ,Wth day of August, 19,1,0, are re- 
( 1 u IT'en"'To send to^-«te- '««<>ef<»i gnert -t4»te 
solicitors for tht< executor on or before 
the ITlth. day of Novembei», 1910, full 



SEALE& ' 'lffeNDBRS^....(!®pen»ertbig 
''Tender for thej Erection of Supeir 
structure, Bridge, Walhachin (Penny s) 
B C." win be received by tho Honor- 
ablb the Minister of Public Works up 
to and including Monday. 28th day of 
November, 1910/ for the erecUon and 
completion of the superstructure of a, 
two-span steel bridge over the Thonip- 
rlver, near Wsrihachin iformerl,y 
Penny's), a station on the Una of the 
Canadian Pacific Railway, 218 miles 
east of Vancouver. B. C ^ ^ j. 

Drawings, specifications, contract una 
forms -of tender may be seen O.h. .%.nu 
after the ISth day of October, 191Q. at 
the office of E. McBrlde. Esq., Bond 
.Superintendent. 3.9 Fairfleld Building. 
GraiivUlc street. Vancouver. B.C./ ana 
at the,efflc*,.<xfilliaJ2i^lc Works .Engi- 
neer, -aParUament Buildings, ■yiotorla, 

g^ ^ '.r.: ''■".': '■' . ■ ' .' 

Ihtetidlng tenderers can^ by applying 
\a the undersikhed. obtailh jone copy of 
tTTeraferrlhTritiie on B c o p y o f - th»-^spficl.- 
flcatlon for the sum of five, dollars 
(»!;.00.) 



)i>,UU. ^ , ' — — . 

_Eacli tenrier must be accompanied --by • ,, 

an^^epl^^-bitntr-chetiOT-or certWeata- '?^"',?.'L l^l:4*i; 



THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL of tlie 
Corporatioa of the City '.of • Vlptbria, 
having determined that It Is desirable. 
' 1 — To grade, drain and pave with 
Worswlclv asphalt pavement b'ort street, 
fj-om Yates »ireet-to.-i3t- Charles street, 
Including cost of gutters on both sides 
of said' street 'and all necessary sewer, 
surface drain and water laierajs, and, 
movingv of poles, - tfneeessary, 

2— To gre^de, dmln and' pave ^ -with 
Westrumlte asphalt pavement, Vanoou- 
-ver street.' from the south side of Bur- 
dette avenue to Humboldt street; (road- 
way 32 feet wide) including the <;ost of 
sewer, surfaice drain and water' laterals; 
and moAtng of poles, if neceseary. 

3 — To grade, drain and pave With 
Westruinlie asphalt pavement VancouT 
ver street from Pandora avenue to the 
aotUh side of Rurdette avenue, (road- 
Way 3a feet wide) Including cost of 
B^wer, surface drain, and water latct 
a 
«a. „ . 

_ thn.t the sftld, wo rks 

tarmanJor^iTKccsmamse - . 

visions of the Local Improvaraent Gen- 
I eial Bvlaw and ameiidments thereto, 
and th*(vj-'itv -Knglneer and City Aases- 
stif"1V5vTufr^eported to tlie^^countai-lP 
accordance^stvlth the provlfelbns of sec- 
tion 4 of saia bylaw.-upcm"*ft«h and ev- 
ery of said works of local Itnproveipcnt 
giving statement.^ sbO.W Jng. t he aniounts 
estimated t<) be chargeable ins-each case 
against the— V«t*«hj,Bv portions of real 
property- to" be behefltfeia by; the .^ald 
Wyrks and^ the reportsP of the City En- 
Kiaeer and CUyAs8es8(Mri.fts_ aforesaid 
4>avlng been adopl.edt>y~ thT coanctl., • 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
the said report."* are open for Inspection 



In the Matter of an AppUcation by th« 
Ocean Falls Co., Limited, Under tlxe 
iand Act. 



COAST DISTBICT, BRITISH 
LUMBIA. 



co- 



H. W. DAVIES, M-. A. A., AuctionaerSr-: 



And further take notice that after the 
wild 15th day of November. I'JlOi the; 
said dxecutor will proceed to distribute 
the assets of the said deceased among 
the parties entitled thereto having re- 
gard only to the claims of whion he 
shall have had notice, and that, the 
said executor will nol be liable for the 
said assets or any pai t thereof to any 
person or persons of -W'ho.-ie claim he 
shall not have had notice at the time 
of such distribution. 

All parties lnd<ibted to the .said estate 
ai-e required \j^ pay aUch ' Indebtedntjes 
to tlwe said ex«cutov forthwith.' 

■ Da te d Oetob etv a^<fc, -14tU>, 



. . POOLEY, LUXTON & POOLfiV. 
Chancery Chambers. Langley Street, 
Victoria. B. C. Solicitors for Charles 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO. 

JSuUe 7, .Mahtin HIbck, 1112 aovtrnment St. 
Phone 1613 



EBQl'lMALT jtWD VICTORIA WEHT 
lnts~-Frazer> Street. (»f.0Oj, 2 on Lynll 
l«;.nO) and others In the same vlcl-nlty. 



SOOKE B, 



C REAL ESTATE 

OflTlce 



_ , J m J Victoria. B.,C;. Sol 

E. S. St! es and Fredi-^^ss^^^^ 

.™~. I _ NOTICE 

Leaver 

Phone 2149. Phone 2149. 

AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS 



party tendering decline to enter Into 
contract when called upon to do so The 
chetiues or certificates of deposit or 
unsuccessful tenderers will be returned, 
to them upon the execution of the con- 

The successful tenderer shall furnish 
a bond of a Guarantee Cbmpapy satis- 
factory to th# .Minister of Public Works 
In the sum of five thousand dpHars 
($r..oO01 t6i the due fulfillment of the 

contract. . ., . j ,__„ 

-Tt'haeTa will not be cotisldered u.nless 
mtMJe mtt t»>-4h»-f orms. 5UR».ll£flt_siS.ncd 
with' the actual- signature of the ten- 
jaarcr.arid enefftsed in the envftlopes fur- 

The lowest or any tender not noces- 
sarlly accepted,^^^ c. GAMBLE, 

Public J uries Englnesr. . 
Department of PulHjcr-yTorks. . 
, Victoria. B. C. Hth Octota6r. 1810. 



tJ^KE ^'OTI,CE that the Ocean I'allS 
Co.. 'Lilnited, a'-Cdrporation having iu-i 
head office lit the city of Vancouver, in 
the Province Of British Columbia, in- 
tends tt> apply for permission to pur- 
cha.s6 ' the followlrig described land. 
w''hlch (consists of f oreshorfe" ami seabed: 
Commencing at a post upon the shore 
line of OtHfSlus inlet about two hun- 
dred feet t200 fLl north of the soutli- 
we.st corner of lot thirty-g.nfi,J31.), Coa.'^c 
district, thence we.st along., the saul 
shore line a distance 'Of three hundred 
feet (300 ft.) thence nopth two thou- 
sfibd nine hundred and, seveniy-iivo 
(21175 ft.) to the shore line of lot two 
lYundred and five (205). thence along 
the saHF shore line in an easterly. 
southerly and -westerly dir<ictlt>n to tlio 
lewer, surrace arain. ami wai.»v ini^-i- pojm of commencement and . containins 
lis. and the moving of Poies; If -inecgs-i ^^(,^.^.3^.^,^^ (jy,) acres more or fes."*. 

'"•■y. .. .' .,.-:^ ; • ERNB.^T walkcr. 

K^^Wt"'-" — I""" «i^'e.lHv Ht... Vancou- 

vfei», B. e. 

Oocupation-^Vnmberman. 
Agent for Ocean 'Ffvills. Co., Limited.. 7 11 
. Dominion .Trust Building, Vancouvci, 
-' B. C. A Power and Pulp t.;oi}ipany. 
Dated Septi • 29th, ISUO. 



m— EL'EVEN ACRteS; RiaRT CLEAR- 
ert: good buildings, four ihlKs from 
city. Price $!1,250. . 



DOI OLAS STREET. NEAR FOUNTAIN. 
Lot 60x90; good house. This Is the 
district that Is leaping forward. Compare 
Mils nric» with .• recent purchases and you 
win bp convinced that 18.500 Is very rea- 
sonable. • . ■ . - 



. Inventorlos and valuation made for in- 
surance and other purposes. Fire claims 
assessed and duly carried through. Auc- 
tion of any description. Tw«nty-fiv« 
years experience. '■ 

Temporary Offices 805 Port St., yiotorla 

Upholsterers' and Re-upholsterers. 




Hall. Douglas street, and tha t unleS S-ar^ 
petition against any ' proposed' work, of 
Iqcal I Improvement above mentioned, 
signed by a majority of tho owners of 
the land or real 'property to be assessed 
for such improvement; and representing 
at least one-half of the value of the 
said, land or real property, is preSentcd 
to the councU within 15 days from the 
date of the first publication of this no- 
tice, the council 'Wlll proceed with the 
proposed improvetricrnt lifxiri slich terms 
and conditions as to the pavement xif 
the cost, of such Imprbv c ment as the 
council niaS* Ijy bylnw 'lit that ■ bchal* 
regulate and determine. _ -_'^- 

.^ WELLINGTON J. DOWLBft. 

^** ^ ■ ' . ■ ^^ ■ jyj^ £;^-, 

Cilv Clerk's Office, VlctflOCla, B!»,..Ci,. 
October JSth. 1910. .' '.- 



SXAMTBTATION FOR, INSPECTOR. OF 

STEAM BOILBRS AND MA- 
: CHIKESY. 

Examinations for tho position of Tn- 
Bpector of 6'team Boilers and Machin- 
V cry," Under the ''Steam Botler.'j Inspec- 
-tton Act. 1901." will, be held at the I'ar- 
llament Buildings, Victoria, commenc- 
ing November 7th, 1910. Application 
And instruction forma can be bad <.)W ap- 
plication to the unders|gt\e<L: to wliom 
the fonner'niust be returned cprrectly 
flUed in not later than October :;iiii, 
1910. Salary ^130 per month incretw?- 
Ing at the rate of $r. per monl'h each 
year to a maximum of $1S0. 

... JOHN PECTC 

Chief 



Imspectot — ■■of Machinery. 
New WestrflTnster. B. C. 



NOTICE 



.sOOSCB BEAl, BHTATE OFKU'E' OFKKR8 

H.0MB8 ALL RE^VDV TO ENTER— rtO 
acres. grnnd__frult orchard, comfortable 
home, .150 full Ijearl'nsr trees, for S<,500. 



3 



HERBERT S.LOTT. " 

Flion« 1221t^ Poard of i:fi«lo Bldg. 

THE BEND, OAK BAT— MO x 180 
ground, itood sell, oak tree*. 
l';,6on: very eluty terms 



f 07 ACRES WATERFRONT PROPER- 
JLm t ly, good home, barn. 100 fruit trees, 
lots of TriiiB«fr lU aefeS^-le'Rl-f^a, rrr-jSo xnrr 

iicre. , ' 

.VCRE.S— -NEW XfiN-kOOM MOUSE, 
rirst-iilass lawn, on main 4 corneis of 
vljlage roads In flie very 'centre of HOOke. 
for »9,.''.00, ■ 



10 



RBMBMBBR, thf C.N.R.H. runs through 
Snolte. 8 and lO-ftrre blocka, S^O per 



;i,ore and up. 



THE CAPITAL CITY, RE ALT 



AnWlRA.'L'« 
.i.i',ij cash. 



ROAD- 1 



LOT (Ol^BARl 

.I* 



F 



J. G, ELLIOTT 

R«al Estate and Insurarrcc Agent 
1'212 Broad Street 

ifvB .AGRE8, CJLANFO^ID AVR, »3,200. 




Douglas Street 

■^f*■H1'~Kl'.l•.l 1 p.. 

Lot 60 X 90, gpo(F liu^:i.-.o. This is 
the district^ that la Wplnflr for- 
ward, compare this price WTTO 
recent purchases and you \vtli 

■eew-vl no ft d th a t $8,500 is-.v«ry-. 
reaaonablc. 



\ 



;r'rt...A. 



THIRTY ACREri 'AT' COWiCHAJT STA- 
Mi>5i;' li'^use 'and butbVlTaiii>T*«T ttte 

j poultry ratich. .for |2,600. 

— tarrifB lot on olympia avenue ooiNa 
i\ tor. »j,800.— .' . . 






CO.MPANV. 
rf-jatiH« P(n»ncial and liiiiiiirniice Agents 
' JL'buae tWA 618 Vates slreeti 

LOT^' LABGB AND LEVEL. CLOSE 

1rt Oorg«.''~?ttl plijoted In (jrchirds,. 

,i location. Tbts t» t4»e -i>e»t mfiHuy- 

I iking pr9poBltJ«»n en :'tte market today. 

, I , In . .f o r — pao rtleulars. ' , ' / 

'o'-tOTIT A ^^•RS!■^--RUSSELL STREKJ, 

^ •■ elose to Wttlci-. • This 

:ie lyujae on it. • Must Uf 

in" f<ii' pnrtlculnTS*" 



1\. Londfjifl'. 



-- e? 



The Globs Realty Co. 

Mahon Block, 1112 Government I 
StreeL Telephone 1613, \ 

s ♦ > , « »'■* ' » 1 * * »♦*»* . • » '♦'»»• ' • »» ' *♦■■ 



FOR 5AL& 



NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that an 
application will bo made , to thej^egls- 
lutlve Assembly of the Provlhpe of 
BrfTlsh Columbia, at' Its next session, 
for an art .la Incorporate ft Stock Ex- 
•change with power to compile records, 
publish slatlBtioB «hd distribute Infor- 
mation respecting the produce, provi- 
sion grain, financial, lumber, indus- 
trial, manufacturing and mining trades 
and -businesses; to Actiulre and distrib- 
ute Information respecting stocks. 
sha.iCH. ' bonds and debentures of any 
company or corporation; to provide and 
regulate a suitable building or build- 
ings, room or, rooms, for a Stock Ex- 
change and offices in tho city of Vlt;- 
lorla and elsewhere; to promote the es- 
tablishment. malntenahce' and unlforrti- 
lly of the buslneiiB of Its members and 
those deallngWlth them, and with power 
to adjust and jseltle controversies be- 
tween persons engaged ~1n the said 
bu'slncss; ttt make, establish, annul and 
■anTOTid such 'proper and needftri— r ules. 
regulations and bylawso therefor antl for 
the government of the Stock Exchange 
-ft«— mav be deemed expedient and neces- 
sary ^or t^o Interest ,aMd odmlnistra- 
I t lo w of - i4*» -'P C04 >prt ) O> i iv1 Hffintf . i nfnthti 
Stock Bxfrliange; to maintain, rtiig^ulate 
and enforce stioh ruleSi t'egulatlons and 
bylaws] to regulaio tlM> mode of vot- 
ing at any ordinary, pp^clnl or general 
meeting: to maintain land regulate ex- 
change offices hnd property thercfpr; 
and with all other powers that nia,v-b«< 





C. ARTHUR REA 

R«ai Estate, Insurance, Monsy to tmaiv JBto. 
;"TapS«iS31-. Law Chambers BastloD Sh ■ . 

rriA-^' I^ANDft^lMFROyCtS,: WILP EX- 
r K>»iir» good farms In .Manitoba for 

. , -''Sever'' ■■>:»' liomos fof 

, liable' pri' ■ ■ ■■ • terms. 



COntOX. VANCOUVER ISZ.AirD 

Cleared and bush farms, sea- 
-irontasft-Jn district at all jirlcfeB. 
Fine farming country; good local 
market. Apply 

BEADWE!.!. & BISCOE, 
Keal Eiilatd Agents, Comoz and 
C^Jiirtney, B. O,- ^ 

♦ »««>«■ s*« ' i«*« » *»*«* » > > « ■ > > » 

' t-riif>iti' n 'i i 'ii i nf i i iiiiiiii i f u iii - I ii , 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. 



SEALED TENDERS, superscribed 
"Tender for Manufacture of Super- 
structure. Bridge. Walhachin (Penny's) 
n C " will be received by the: Honor- 
able the Minister, of Public Works up to 
and Ineludlng^ Monday, the 28th day of. 
November. 1910, for the manufacturing, 
delU^rlng and unloading at Walhachin 
f Penny's) Station, on the line of the 
CanadW Pacific Railway. 218 miles 
east of Vancouver, the steel superstruc- 
ture of a bridge over Uie Thompson 
river near the above-mentioned station. 

Drawings spcGlficallons, contract aful 
forms of tender may be- seen on and 
aft^r the 18th day of Oclober.^ 1910. at 
fhe office of E^ McBrlde. Esq... Road 
^re?lntendwt, 39 Fairfield Btilldlng. 
S^anvine «trcet. Vancouver, B.C., and 
at the office of the public works engi- 
neer Parttan^ent buHdln«8, Victoria. 

.^•ioUndiiiMe.,tfinianMriP, <?»«•■' ^-.y^P^J^."^ 

to .thr undersigned, obtain one;;ct)pj> of 
the drawings and one copy of Che apec- 
mcatlon for, Jihe aum of five dollar. 

^'fiacit te^idcr muBt,hr iccbmpanled by 
./Accepted bank dPleque or certificate 
of deposit on a chnrtered bank of c:an 



Legislative Assembly 

PRIVATE BILLS 

ISrOTIOE 

The tltne limited by the Rules of the 
House for tlie presentation of Petitions 
for Private Bills will expire • on the 
22nd day of January. 1910. 
Private bills must be presented to the 
House on or before the 2rtd day of Feb- 
ruary. 1910. 

Reports of Standing or Select Com- 
mittees upon Private Bills will hot be 
received after the 9th day of February. 
1910. • . . • - 

■ If the rules are suspended to. allow 
+11 petition to be received ,or a bill" pre- 
sented, double fees are. payable. 

Dated thlB'- 25th day of OcfMier, 1910. 
THORNILpN FEJLL, 
Clerk Legislative' Assfembly. 



IiIQiCrOB ACT. 1910. 
(.Section 4 2.) 
NOTICE is hereby glvea that, on tho 
■fli-at dnV' oil .jPaoamber... next, aiiplicatlon 
wlll be made tO the Superintendent of 
Provincial Police for renewal of tho 
hotel license to sell liquor by retail in 
the hotQl known as the Conch and Horse 
hotel, situate at- Esquimau road, Esqui- 
mau, in the Province of •British Colum- 
bia. 
•Daf«d tbi« 36th day of October. 1910. 

'■ , . , - Applicant. 



necessary and roqulslte for carrying out ada? made P^V^'^]?/*" "'^,;««'"v^'i?,Jf '"l 
.,._• *„»«.,.,!„» nlilfcis nnd fnii ihe^d- r...A„ „f Pi 1.1 c Works, for the snm of 



uie ' foregoing objects, and foi* the ad- 
mhiistratlon of" thts-affftlrs -of the Stock 
Exohangp, -Mr— «--.■*» » .. .jt 

of November. TuTo. • ^ ^ 



BODWELL A LAW.<?0N. 
Sbllcltora |oV the Applicants. 



DIVI DEND- NOTICE - 



NOTICE 



D McmTOSH 



Agent. 
<-r(. Viotofte 

.-i'J. . 




ACT, -1910. -Ka=a 

TFection 4 2.) 
- 'i»?01^Tf*W Ht ^Irere h v given 1 1 la t on 



th* 



\ Harbinger Avenue 

Kaudsome acw bung.ilow, 7 ,,,„ir.... 

everything inoo. i i 

locality, $4500, t'' 
Oorsre Boad, slmlloi' house, sev. 
j-ooms. lot faces also on Duneii 

lit., TB4000, teiiTiH. 
Tour choice Tots. l-'-flnulfnn'i 



AZTEC ittianaro CO. -• 

Sharehol(ior'< of rccoi-d of above -com- 
pany nie hereby .notified that o» -t,-e --T:,,_.^t. . 
St, December i«t. a divltlend will \^\''^i'^t^^^ 
paid of approxmiatply one hundred pe 



Htt^r of Pilblic Works, foi- the ?nih of 
11 000 which shoU be forfeited If the 
-pVri "'ir-ndcrlntr tleelloe t^> .enter Into 



Red Cross Sanitary 
Closets 






Corporation oif the District of Oak B»:^ 
LOCAX. IMPROVEMENT NOTXOB. 



. MODERN 



CHEBOCAIi 



ODORLESS 

No, water.-«HR^*irerago requirerr 



R. HARRIS* Co. 

4r 781 iates St., Victoria. "708 Co- 
^~" iiiimbiii St., New WastmlnBter 



♦ 



*.«.^«-« ^t** «•♦-♦- 



Tie 

of ■unsn(:ce.«.«Tiii 
turned-^ th«"* 

^«>£j*;i''^^^';;SuI tnnde.rer Shall furnlshf 

^ , " fl of'a (Jhsrantee Company sat la- 

fnXrV to thp Mlnl.'fter of Ptibltc Works 

[,V the muri- of five t hottsand th,I Inrs 



■npon—to -flo- soriffitjrf^ttre-lsorttth— »Me-ot-Oak Bay avenue 
"" and the west-.^Uio.f.?i,'evv.port avenue I 
betwew' ''""^l Bay road 'and i 



I iea I PS of deposit 
i.-eilerers will be re- 
upon the execution . pf 



TAKE NO'TJOE timt ,*lio , Council of 

the CorpfiTaTlbn of the District of (Dak 
Bay Intenils to construct and undertake 
a tlve-foot cement sidewalk on thesoiitli 
side of Oak Bay avenu^i and west side 
of Newport avenue bef\veen Foul Bay 
road and Saratoga avenue and intond.s| 
to B.ssess the Unal cost thereof upon thoj 
real property immediately to be bene-! 
ntted ifhereby.. fronting and 



Agetits Wanted 



abutting,} 



«uou», *-.c..^„.-^. v.- »-, *IJ..nrter»' Will hot bft eonsldelcd unless 

paid of aprproxmiatply one hundred perr^J^' .^ on ,, IP forms snpplK'd. signed 
i£>-ntum (100 per ceht) on actual anrjourtt ")«» J, actual slgnnttire of the ten-^ 
'of paid in cash ca pital. r^ .rrnr; - :<^^ and enclosed In th^^-envelopea fur- 



fearato«(ft,l 

avenite. fho .nitmlier of the annual | 

special asses^jinents will be twenty^ I 

A statement showlnif the lands llablo! 

to and proposed to be aSst^s.^Bd Tbr the | 

.ua44-v-improvomerit or work, and tho i 

In th^* su.ii ... .;•- y„,^,,,:,:„„, „,♦»;« nsmes of the owners tlierc^.f Ro'far a.s ' 
4ir,.non) for the .dtj.a^.fulflnjnen.t.or,the|j,,,j y^^ ,„ 11,^ 



FOR 



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rOR SALE 

6 ROOM HOUSE, fuli 



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VICrrORIA AND 

SAANiCH ARM 

SELL 'I'REES ETC. 



TO 



THE V. I. NURSERY CO., Ltd, 
SOMENOS, Vancouver Island. 



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ill tho prov. 

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mnsf^OTTi'-nnv rtr otTtrihcT, .i:)i'i. 

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Applicant; * 



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Plummer & Rideoilt ^ 

iud .l-.!i,iiciucki] As'.'iil,-^ JT 
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LIQtIOK ACT, 1910. 

(i-!ectioii ;;'r>.) 
NOTICE Is horehy given that, on the 
I'Mlt day '>*''*"<'''*'''"'"''" h^"*' appllcallbn 
..rju 1,.' I iTr> -Superintendent of 

ip,.i,vi' for the grant of a 

-n77i„„,. i..i ,i,. >rilp-(vfHlqu<>p by-+etHH 
th and Upon the premises known as the 
|7-Mlle House, siluate, at Sook.e rpnd, 
upon the lands dcsorihe.i . as iioctions 
lis anrl 119, .Snoke District. 
Datud thi« 10th day of October. lOlO.i^ 
, ^ JOHN HALL, 



fo. . •■ ■ ■ 

Yl,, , , . ! : i . •-- f. :■ 

$«,7S- ■ 

Piei-sons "*nt tiled -and desiring, lo po- 
rtion .the council -ugaln-st undcrtakinK 
I ho s.dd propossd worl? must do so ofi 
:'i- before fho 8,th day ot LHittornbor; 
lyio. ■, 

Dated .the 1.8th day of 'Ocloher, 1910. 
.T. .'?. FLOYD, , 
Municipal Clerk. 



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MEUCKAWDISB OT Aldt 
STOKED AMD MtPMp***** 



Livery Stables _ 

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rOM BAXtS 

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DRIARD BLOCK 
Cor. Broad & View Sts. 



DAVID SPENCER, 



DRIAKD BLOCK 
Cor. Broad & View Sts. 



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New Arrivals in Dresses 
For All Occasions^ 



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Everything that is uppermost in poplilarity in fancy 
dresses made of velvets, m essalin es, silks, silk chiffons, 
broadcloths ITnd French serges. One of the prevailing^^, 
modes is the effective com.bination of net, plaid silks 
and^-plain velvets. Amongst thesTmyles can be found 
the very plain as well as the elaborately trimmed gowns 



Laces for Fancy Work 

Ml the little Wa^hLac^s-used.ia-makinga^ristmas_fancy,^ 
work are, here in ^vtde variety, at , low prices.,, Narrow TreH^ 
yalencienne.s and torchon insertions anct ed ging, at low prices. 

NEW BANDINGS AND EVENING NETS • 
Evening Nets in pink,^h^te and >lue, ^^^^^j^^^ J^^'^s^ii 

Gold Bandmgs; heavily j?^led in Hch'^lor^ i'^i'i^H^;!^ 
New Dress Trimmings in all the latest Oriental and. ^urlo.h U- 

fects. Prices ran;::e from, Jf d'-'V-' *' T '*'*""""' Si' 00 
Hat Bandings, in .Qold and steel. Yard. 50c to ........ • -J^J-."" 

Tassels in ^cM and steel, each, 25c_and '-— 'ssj^ 

lets and Jet Tassels, 25c and . ; .,. ... . - • • • • • • • : ' • --i.'^ %\ 

Allover Laces in white and cream. Oriental designs.,. ... .?l.-^-> 



A Shipment of New Velvet- 
eens in All Shades at 50c 
arid 75c per Yard 






Infants' Buggy Robes 

Buggy Robes, made of creani. bearskin, lined uiih ^^^^' '^'^^g 

pinked edges V^'.v'* *- » • • •'• •-*-i-^-»-i^.'-.:^;;.: .•.;.• • ".'','' r '.l * uu 
Buggy Robes. ol.43^ttet-:qu nlity hftarskl^ wUh /^ '^' '^jj 

dmiblc lancv pinked edge ..•,....;.*•.>■-■.,;'. .%..•••'•**■-•.••'* ' 
Buggy Robes,' of heavy cream serge lined "with «ateen. -^^'^'^l^^'Jj 

hack"f!ap en serge ............;-•••• —^ • . 

Buggy Robes, of good quality bearskm.. curly design, Imed ^^ath 

-- -creaih felt, double edges finished with silk braid ;?x.<» 

Buggy Robes, of fine quality, cream serge,^hiied_,sateen, ^^r^^^ 

edge?, tiiii.<hcd_ with wide silk braid. .-. ,»,r,.v.jiuLt_.» -' ••p-^*"" 




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Showin 



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Hat\Pins, with German 

«s. Each 



silver claw settings, in jthe r^ew brilliants, faiicy stones. and jet. in a 



the new 



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Women's Underwear 



-Women's. Fleece4iiied. Underweafrin grey, jiatural "afad, ,vi|^ 
„i_JRricc ^5c an4 ........•• - • • • • ^. • • if- 

Sv.iss Underwear, in:^! and ^^^^^^'^'Zl^^^^'^^^^ 
--short sleeves, high and low Tiecl^S-^I^fi^es. $J^toT7:^l-W« 

Zenith Underwear, in.. white 'andinatnral, ■w<iwi atta.CQ^ m^ 

lures, unshrinkable.,^ Per garrnent.=^*^-f-«.-*%^ .»• • • *^V 



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Linens, Towels, Sheetings, Cottons at Specif 

. ■,,^:-,,-...^:^-^. . , „, .^r— r-u i .r-A-^ai^. \Xffiiti Turkish Tow 



Bleached SheetCBli-i^^b ^^fe:^!?^ Turkish 
.$i;?75 ! hea^vy cjnality. Flain, 



for Women in 

Dogskin 




25 doz. Ready — - _ ^ _ . 

double bed size. Today, pef-pa^ 
^o doz. Honeycomb Bed Spreads, full Rouble -.-^- 

bed size. Todav,__t'ach •• • Jpl'&v-; \ 

100 doz. Ready to Use Pillow Slips.. -size 407-: 

42. 44. Today ..,.,...-• v •'•'• :.^'^*'*" 
8x4, Unbleached §he?tings. ^o^'^^'- P^J^ 

yard • • ' " • • ' ' •'^^■^^r- 



anV 



pw4i^\ in \ good; 

' »4-i^D(M-dor, 



25 r* 



(daMil:-' for 35l^- 



each .\ -, - - ^ ^ 

100 Huckaback Towels. '1 , , , , . 
50 doz. Damask Napki\is, as\;ori^|d design s. 

-Today, per dozen ... 
as do^. Fancyf . DrawrU Lin| 
t;ray\loths arid do$^li|s. 



COMFORTERS AND BLANKETS AT St>ECl4L PRTpS 



sn, 
\Dd£ 



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square/. 



Low-Priced Dmbrellas for Wet 

Weather 

\ trimmings. Special.. ,''* n- ^ 

\ Meti's Umbrella, a guaranteed silk and cotton cover close rolhng, 
i: plain natural wood handl^tJBst tire thing for business men^ 

5 Snr-oial . -v : > W'"'\"'^ i 

iMch's Umbrella, a special self-opening, umbrella with a good 
^ -^duality niercerized^Yftr._^genuine:.:e handle. Spenal 

„rice ••■" •• ;.......,. •• ;pi-<» 

ChildrenVSchool Umbrellas.. specially built .for the Purpose 
strong steel frame aftd »teel, ribs, ^ natural wood handles. 
.Special . . *'• ^ 





Perrin's Chamois Gloves, i and 2 clasp, in 
natural and whip, i'nce ...... !?1-M" 

Perrin's Marchioness Gloves in glace kid, 

self stitched. Navv, brown, tan, green, 

' sl^o, black, and white,, .^"^rainced^ 

Price • ...,.•••'••■•••*•*■•"" 



Items of interest Jrom the Men's Bepktment 

_- . - ... «i: W^ il...*u... mivLii-i. wrtrste.i. has iusi arrived, 



Perrin's Gloves, heavy (ipgskin, ^ clasp, 
sell stitched. Pride i* ,..'..•••'•- ?1 -00 

Women's Doeskin Gloves, heavy linglish 
make. Beaver, w.hite and,.t^n,;2 clasps^ 

^rice ....:. .;. - ,.^.' . .-. .-^-^, .Sbl.OO 

Women's Heavy Driving Gloves. .^1.75 



A Large Consignment^^ Men's Imported So«,i feather muUe|w%4^as jus^'arr 

•^1 Hi-e •. vrn- special value at, per pair, soc.hsc^and " " •- -I V t ' v*' W •'' f »lo6 

M^^^s G^lf Hc^se, ^^ l-avy>vorsted. fancy tt^|jJ^tog^ .^4 pet^r^.|i;0^ 
Men's Working Shirts, in heavy grey mixtures, lar^e sizes, ^pec ai vai^c j 

Men-s Working Shirts, in tan twill, collar attached, all sizes^,,.,.. . J. .... ..gv ••••••• ' ^-^- 

Men's and Boys' Strong Working Braces, per ^'''\- —^_,l" ■ l' " ^tP 

MEN'S COAT SWEATERS 



• • J • -r -t: - 



Mcn-s Coat Sweaters, In I'-^y ^fl^llen n,ak«, itc^. Uu^ch^I^ 
A*ew Line of Handkerchiefs, in silk and linen, plain alKl l6.u-r.^^rKS5, 75>)-™ 



New Dress Goods Arriving Daily 

Daintiest Fabrics for Evening Wear are the Latest Arrivals 

44 in Fancy Voile, for evening and reception wear, .in grey, 
mauve, sky. i^ink.crcamrtriler-^steTia, biscuit, champagt^ 

44'in. All Wool Poplin.'in : . V ..- .- i.wn, reseda. guiirK 
Persian blue and l)lack • • • • - • Jp^.w 

The Heavy Popular Cheviot. This is the^eloth of the season, in 

inU range of colors, tan, brown, navy, t^upe, wc ■ ^"'I'^i 

reseda, grey and black. Width 54-nn. Pru- 

Double-width Eiderdown, Tor' Childf'-'iVenat 

(jiiik I'^h' bhic, cardina! and black 
44 in. Diagonal and Cheviot, most suitable loi 

dfcn s Dresses, in ni 

bbio and black. . 

42 ins All Wool Panama, m navy, ht 

laupr and bl.'i'-k. Today ....-; • .■•••,•■• , 

5a in. Wool Matting, in hrown. reseda, west^na. myrtle, taup^ 

navy, i'crsian blue * 

Express Shipment of the very latest Urc, tauoii. 

:,^,ke-~in the new h.a,hcr lancv mixture T n. - ^.^^-^ 

U-n,Lrtli, $in.oo to '*^ 



garnc 
^1.50 

cream. 

w\ Chil- 
king's 
. . 50<^ 
grcv, 
40<^ 





Each Day Brings New Styles to the 
Men's Clothing Department 



The Newest Patent Kid Belts 

Women's Red Patent Kid Belts, perfectly plain, with neat bh^-.k 

buckle. Each , •. ^ 

Women's Red Patent Belts, with brn=s buckles -35^ 

Plain Black Elastic Belts. vclvH t-rtmt, newest, jot buckle^ 

Each .... "V_llll ■ ■ ■ ■ - 

Ela^JsiTlTvllvet Belt, plain o,l.,rs and fancy liuckles . . . .75< 
Plain Black Elastic Belts, with xv ell dcsignedj.ucklcs in dull and 
bright f!iii-h. IVice '^^ 

AJfomenVai^ Hosiery 



A Large Shipment of Men 
gle and ^.double 1) re; 
shades, in green ?. 
: rom :$xo:ocf-:i6_ - . . 



n'<^ Wiv' 



h Grajde Suits has j ust ayriyed, sin- 
^Jn/the- very latest vi^itttn?, and 

,,,.-, ■: .-.\:,-~. at -prices ranging 
_; .rJf27.50 

NEW ARRIVALS IN MEN'S OVERCOa/tS 

The Newest Feature in Overcoats i^ tbo. \hrcr-nnnrtM. full back 
. . • -f. ' ,,-11.,. 'i . ' I " ' thcrMutrbiv 

with mibtarv coll.i,. • «.,ft h« 

vaterpr.. : vvett: a^ coat. Price ?^0.00 

Men's Heavy Melton, Tweed ..nd Venetian Overcoats, ^^'^^ If"^^';^ 
with two way (-(Miai 1 ' 



Cravcne"'' 
reliable 



Children's Assorted Ribbed Cashmjer 
Hose, reinforced lice! and tDc, \ 

weight. 6'/2 t" S^'^ • • 

Women's 211 Ribbed Cashmere H( 

tasliioned, spliced heel, double t( 

sizes .....••••'•••••• -T • • • ■ 

Women's ait Ribbea^Cashihere H 

, fa^liioned, double heel and toe. 

I Women's Plain Cashmere Hose, f 
ioncd, double hfjel and toe, ^ 

ihrcnighout ■ • 

Women's Plain Cashmere Hose, i 



m 



^5< 

V full 

'KW 

35f* 

;. full 

25^ 



25i^ 



25^ 



A Large Assortment of Men's Pants,, in lancy w(.r>tc.i 
Ireted patlcms and shade-. Prices $2.25 tn 

Boy's Knickers, in .M,n.ug lucr-i-., Inird throughout, 
shades and patterns. 1 'rices 5,0c an<: 



111 well sc- 
S4.50 

\ arious 
...75^ 




Women's Plain Cashmere Hose, heavy 

wcipht, lull lashioncd. high spliced heel, 

dnuble sole a,n<l toe. c(olors, tan, hcli-., reseda, green and b^ack. 

. •>ll^-. 

Women's Black" Cashmere, triple heei and toermedium weighty . 

•^*'T 

Infants' Fine Ribbed" Cashmere Hoac; wit|^silk heel and ,tO«r 

colors, cream, pink, blue, cardinal, blaclc'and tali:: Ststes -^"trr 

7. Prices 25c and . 1 



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